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Yes there how to's on this on several sites..NGW, Goldwing\docs, You should do both sides and replace the bushings while your are in there. You can do by taking the forks off the bike or you can lave them on and just pull the lowers off. fairing not involved.

here's one http://www.ngwclub.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=11831
 

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You can make a "Sealmate" out of coke can, plastic milk bottle or 1 quart coke bottle, some use old film negatives too. Teh key is the littel scoup at teh end you stick in..must have enough curve to hold the grit and pull it out.
 

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Yep you can do that..BUT you don't know how much to replace..better to drain all the all and put new in..to spec. which you can do by removing the valves..but taking the caps off isn't much harder and easier to get an accurate fill.

Let the air out, open the drains collect the oil, bounce the forks a bit to get more oil out, drain plugs back in then some add a little new ATF or solvent and drain again to help clear out old crap, then measure and put in new oil ATF TO 15 WT depending on the ride you want. The amount depends on your years and type of springs you have..OEm or Progressive???
 
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