Hi all. My '99 LT is in parts all over the garage. Bad timing. But I was almost ready to start putting it back together when I noticed what at first I thought was brake fluid on the left front fork tube, down near the where the brake line goes horizontal and then down to the left front caliper. Closer inspection shows the fluid to be fork oil leaking from the left tube and slider junction. I've read through the HOW and the tech articles, and have done a search, but I have not found any descriptions here of removing and replacing the fork seal. Careful analysis of 13 seconds or so tells me that I should be able to leave the sliders attached to the lower fork bridge, loosen the upper connections of the tubes to the steering bridge, turn the steering bridge to give me room, and pull those tubes straight up out of the sliders. Then the issue would be to get at the seals in the sliders, remove the oil seal and replace it, drain the rest of the fork oil and replace it, re-install the tube into the slider, and re-connect it to the steering bridge. Has anyone tried this? The alternative, from the Clymer manual, looks like a true PITA and I'd like to find an easier way if there is one. Thanks in advance for any advice.