Its kind of a frustrating job to get to them, i actually have been wanting to raise my bike back to stock ride height but dont feel like dealing with taking that apart.
Meanwhile I am taking my transmission out and my primary is all apart. I'd rather do that than deal with the forks again.
I know people say it all the time, but go buy the manual for the bike. It is very easy to follow and worth its weight in gold.
Even the simplest tasks are in there and it makes sure you dont forget anything. Or do one of those, oh crap, i put that on before this and now i have to take something else off to accsess it....
2011 RG Custom, Screaming Eagle Stage IV (260 Cam), Barnett Scorpion clutch, Hayden M6, Baker DD7, V&H Throttlepak, V&H Power Duals w/Hi-Output Slipons
115.4 ft-lb & 122.7hp : 1/4 Mile 12.542 @ 105.99 w/stock clutch and transmission