I've done it myself...did it wrong too. You need the proper damper rod holding tool, a fork seal driver, & a tool to bleed the air from the forks, as well as a tool to set the appropriate oil level height.
Cost me $600 to have them redone after my blunder, but I did get the full traxxion job.
I think it should cost like $150, just bring both forks & get the oil changed in both as well.
Put the bike on a car jack & rear stand...car jack under the headers...make sure it balanced really well, you may be waiting a few days to get the forks back.
you dont need to buy all those tools, my buddy rigged up some fancy stuff to change the fork seals on his goldwing..I think it can be done without spending to much money on tools, but you should be reasonably good with a wrench.
if you would stop doing wheelies you wpuldn't be damaging you seals
another option is to check ebay, heck you might run into a set of goods forks for cheaper than a dealer would redo you existing ones, you never know....
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