I just did my F2 fork seals in about 2hrs. Happy with that for a first time go. It's all pretty logical and straight forward. Only uncommon tool would be a 24mm socket for the fork cap (which I had). You could get by with a quality adjustable wrench. Here's my run down for the easy method (no pulling fork internals apart! ) - Remove upper fairing - Remove brakes and front wheel - Remove clipons - Remove one fork - Undo fork cap (watch for spring tension!) - Drain oil - Undo fork cap from damper rod (need 2 x 14mm open ended spanners) - Remove spring and spacers - Pry dust seal off carefully - Remove circlip - Compress fork - Fill with cheap clean engine oil (any grade) - Fit fork cap - Compress fork with a press of some sort (I had mine in a door way and used a car scissor jack) - Seal will pop out slowly - Once it's sticking out a bit, stop compressing the fork or it's going to get messy! - Pry seal out - Drain oil as completely as possible - Cycle the fork through its travel to force all the oil out - Clean everything - Apply grease to new seal (inside surfaces and a little on the outside) - Gently slide new seal on - Using the old seal, put it on upside down so the top sides of the seals are against each other - Tap the old seal with a soft mallet to seat the new seal - Remove old seal - Fit the circlip - Fit the dust seal - Slowly fill the fork with the specified amount of oil - Use a straw to gauge the oil depth - Cycle the fork repeatedly - Let it sit for a bit - Cycle the fork again to force air out - Top up the oil - Repeat until satisfied it is the right amount - Fit spring and spacers - Fit fork cap - Repeat for other fork - Fit forks - Fit wheel and brakes - Fit clip ons - Fit upper fairing - Test brakes - Test suspension - Done!