OK. I snarfed this post from the suspension forum and was curious if anyone can comment on it. I have never changed the oil on my own with these inverted forks, but this procedure doesn't seem too bad. 1. Loosen the fork caps 2. Remove fork 3. Undo the fork caps from the outer tube 4. Hold bolt under fork cap and finish removing cap 5. Pull something off the spring(don't really understand it yet but doesnt sound difficult) 6. Remove spring 7. Dump oil and pump dampener rod into container 8. Pump lower tube and dump in container 9. Compress fork all the way and fill fork up 10. Pump dampener 11. Fill fork again 12. Pump lower tube 12.5 Check oil height and adjust (almost forgot) 13. Replace spring 14. Replace piece on top of spring 15. Replace fork cap and tighten to spec 16. Replace fork Anyone agree/disagree with this procedure (step five cracks me up) or have one that they like for changing the oil?