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Bulldog's write up on the procedure is great, I followed this myself along with the Clymer manual.
Couple of tips, do one fork at a time. This way if you need to use the untouched one for re-assembly, it is available.
When getting the spring clip off the top, use a pry bar under the handlebar (with rag over it to keep from scratching) to press down on the center with a socket over it. This way, with one hand you can depress the center and release the spring tension and have the other hand free to remove the clip.
Otherwise, three hands are helpful.
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