Not much on making videos so here are some pics as this way is a very easy one man job, and a vise is not needed.
It'd be great if @Pauljp made a video on this.
NOTE: The fork tube doesn't need to be loosened or removed from the triple trees.
Do one fork at a time as there is no advantage of taking both apart.
Put bike on lift.
1. Unbolt and zip tie the calipers to the toe pegs.
2. Remove the two pinch bolts and front wheel axle (my 2012 was a 1/2" drive 16mm Allen, but newer models may be a 14mm Allen). Anyway the only place I could find the 16mm one was on Amazon.
No part stores or hardware stores carried it.
3. Remove the four bolts for the front fender and set it somewhere safe.
4. Loosen and remove the Allen bolt from the bottom of the fork and have a bucket or oil pan handy.
Slide fork bottom tube assembly carefully downwards and set aside taking care not to scratch or dent it.
5. Loosen the top cap several turns until you can gently lift up on the strut and the cap lifts with it.
Once that happens remove the strut assembly by lifting it up and out of the fork tube.
6. Remove the dust seal being careful not to damage the fork inside. Then remove the snap-ring. Next was to remove the seal and flat spacer (i used a small flat rubber covered handle to insulate the fork tube from damage while levering the seal puller. To remove the lower bushing I used a long piece of small diameter tubing being careful not to damage the upper bushing as it can't be replaced and gently drove out the lower bushing from above with a hammer working around in several spots along it's circumference.
7. Spray out the upper fork tube with brake clean and run some paper towels through it again being careful not to damage the upper bushing.
8. Spray out the lower fork tube with brake clean and run some paper towels into it and carefully using a gun cleaning rod to push the paper towels back out. I did this several times. Also clean off the slide portion of the tube itself and apply a light coat of fork oil over it's surface.
9. Install the lower bushing into the upper fork tube by gently tapping it with a seal driver.
9. Install the flat spacer and seal making sure that the flattest side of the washer is facing the seal and the seal is correctly oriented.with the spring side up. Use a seal driver and gently drive it in. Install snap ring.
10. Grease the inside lips of the seal.
11. Slide the strut assembly into the upper fork tube being careful not to damage the upper bushing or the lower bushing/seal set, and zip tie it to the handle bars thereby making room for adding oil later.
11. Install the lower dust seal onto the lower fork tube and carefully slide the fork into the upper fork tube.
12. install the bottom fork Allen bolt and it's copper washer and torque down.
13. Add fork oil using a small funnel. I used 10W
14. Cut zip tie and gently lower cap down and onto the threads and tighten down to torque specs which by the way ain't very tight.
15. Slide dust cover up the lower tube and into upper fork tube. Make sure it's seated well all the way around.
16. Do the next fork.