Remember the Jethro Tull song, "Nothing is Easy?"
Sometimes the what seem to be the most straightforward tasks turn into hairpin turns such as . . .
With my R60/5 project, have switched to focusing on suspension - ordered new rear shocks and want to change the fork oil - should be simple but NO
Go into my tool kit and wow, the fork tool is missing a stud - managed to get one off using a metal screw and tap tap tap but other side not so easy - bent screw - ouch
Thought process is to find a drill bit, grind off a piece and have my son weld it on to the wrench unless there are some other simple ways to accomplish this beside buying a new wrench - that would be too easy
While on this subject - the Haynes book says to use 2 weight fork oil - the closest I have on hand is 5 weight - manual says anything more than 2 weight will make suspension too stiff.
About ready to hit the couch and watch another episode of Arrested Development - I need some laughs, to offset the tears I'm shedding over what should be simple tasks.