Nice Nitrogen set up. It would be nice to have my own setup, but for something I will only use once every other year or so, I can't justify the price tag.
As far as tools for the forks go, here's what I have on order from RMATV that should be here any day now. I also have all the standard type tools a regular guy should have and then some. I already have the fork seal driver.
https://www.rockymou...=tusk fork tool
That will do it, but having a cone wrench works great when getting into hard to reach places (very useful on suspensions parts). I had some old ones from when I was a kid.. no idea where they came from (Grandpa's old tools, etc.), but they are really convenient suspension. For your application, it would only be used when messing with your valving. There is a small spring in there by the valve stack that is a little hard to get a normal size wrench on.
After riding today, I just pulled my forks to service them. They are all apart, I just need to inspect everything and get them back together before Super-X tonight.
Here's a link to the tool I'm talking about. Park sells a nicer blue one that is just the 14mm, but can't hurt to have more sizes around:
PS: The 1st time taking apart the inner chamber is kind of a pain. You have to use both those tusk tools you have pictured along with a ratchet and socket (to go over that inner tool). It loosens in the normal direction (I was wondering if it went the other way at 1st because it was so tight). I laid the who inner assembly on my work bench and put that big wrench where it goes on the fork and then kind of hold the fork straight with the wrench being braced on the table. I then used the ratchet to get the inner part to turn. I'll try take a picture when I get it back together.
Edited by mch, January 03, 2015 - 03:07 PM.