Join Date: Feb 2009
Location: San Marcos, Texas, USA
You don't have to remove the forks...
I just did my 1500 a few weeks ago and it makes a helluva difference. I made a drain device out of a couple of milk jugs and tapped them in place with duct tape to direct the oil away from the rotors. Open the tops and crack the bottom open and let them drain. Then, I flushed the tubes by pumping a time or two. Then because mine had never been changed in about 45K, I put in some cheap ATF in and pumped that through too... I was surprised at how much dirt and goo came out in the second wash. I let it drain good over night and filled it the following morning. It made a huge difference...
Charter Member Texas Horn Toads
Involuntarily Inducted Wild Rhino 2012
The Texas Horned Toad Scottish Invasion 06.11.17 ~ 06.24.17
"I grew up right next door to an EPA Superfund cleanup site...
They claim I should have drain bammage. Putt I peel pines!"