I actually just replaced the fork seals in my 96 sport just a couple of weeks ago. It's a little tricky, but basic tools will get the job done. An impact wrench helps to get the allen bolt out of the bottom. Remove the nut under the compression knob before unscrewing the fork cap. Don't over-tighten it when you put it back together. If you do, the adjustment knob will be too hard to turn. I just used screw drivers to remove the old seal. BE CAREFUL! There is a snap ring above the seal and it's hard to see. And it's kind of hard to remove. A couple of thin screw drivers got mine out. There is a washer under the seal, basically a seat for the seal. DON'T break it. I did, and was fortunate enough to find a replacement. As far as I know, there is only one spare washer left in the country. It's called a fork cup. Each fork takes 360 cc's of 10wt fork oil.