No idea about places to do the service, but if you have the forks off the bike the hardest part of the job is done. It is easy work to refresh a set of these forks, if that's all you are planning to do. Oil and seals, maybe bushings if you feel the need. All inexpensive items that are readily available on line. Turn around time is a few hours if you take your time.
If you're looking for a revalve etc, it can still be done at home with a RaceTech kit, but it is a little more intimidating as it involves some drilling and cutting of parts most would rather not drill or cut...
Agreed. This is for a friend and fellow board member who is putting in tapered bearings at the moment but doesn't have the tools or the time to squeeze in the fork service. He is just setting up shop in a new home and has a big ride coming up mid month so his plate is pretty full right now. I have all the tools up here in WI to do the job, we just don't have the time for that option
I was just hoping to find a Race Tech trained shop in the area that could do a simple fluid change, bushings, seals, and springs as an easy fix.