Well I have studied the manual,watched videos on YouTube from rocky mountain and Motosport and I have even bought the Powersport video on servicing the front forks and shock for my 06 450f. Now that I have all the proper tools for the job and a good heavy duty vise with RaceTech soft jaws for holding the fork tube and damper. My question is? When replacing the oil in the forks do I need to seperate the inner and outer tube? I know the answer will probally be no but I was wondering if you have to seperate it in order to clean out the chamber with brake cleaner to make sure everything is clean. If Iam going to change the fluid I wont the inside to be clean when I replace with new fork fluid. I would like to also check the bushings to see if they still have the teflon coating on the inside but dont wont to if I cant reuse the seals. I mainly wont to change the fluid but would also like to check the bushings and clean everything up but at the same time be able to use the same seals if everything looks ok. Just put them back on along with the bushings and add new fluid and be done.