All great advice here. I'm going to go down the gaiters route when I have time to drop the forks out for an oil change and I also like to replace more than just the seals; both bushes, dust seals and copper washer are all a good idea.
You may already have all the tools you need but I have never used a seal driver to drive the seals or the bush as the drivers tend to be expensive and I've had a fair few bikes all with differing fork diameters.
I've always done it using electrical tape. Never had an issue. Works on all diameters as well. Look on Youtube for a quick guide.
The more you think the less the better.
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