Before I stored my bike for the winter I shot the rear shock piston with some WD-40 and since then I've noticed some oil leaking. Would WD-40 damage the oil seal? If so, how involved is a shock oil seal replacement? I also have one of the fork oil seals that's weeping fluid. I tried the quick and dirty seal "clean" method with a piece of old film and some electrical tape, but neither seemed to make the leak stop. I assume I'll have to change the seal. Anyone have a BKM for seal replacements like we have for valve clearances? Lastly, I just tried a NoToil filter and oil setup this past weekend. I saturated the filter then squeezed out as much as I could (at the time I thought I might have squeezed out too much). The next morning I found a 6-8" puddle of filter oil on the garage floor. It had leaked out through the drain in the airbox. Any ideas on how to prevent this other than trying to squeeze out more oil? The filter was brand new so there wasn't any water or leftover solvent in it.