I also mark the front of each tube before I remove them and try to put them back together at 45 or 90 degrees to the original position as most wear is from braking this moves the wear spots a little, of course conventional & USD forks require different parts to be spun and the bushes still wear.
I always put a strip of green scourer pad (the thing the bride uses to scrub the pots and pans) between the dust seal and the oil seal, the pad collects the crud before it can reach the seal and cause a leak, it is easy to change and I do it from time to time depending on the type of use the bike has had, if it looks like a big weekend of mud I may even change it during the ride.
For new players ATF seems to have a very long life in forks so if the oil weight to your liking go for it & also beware that a 10w oil in one brand will not be the same weight as a 10w in another brand.
Some of the 19 rides in my shed
2014 V2, Snoopy
2009 Wee, Pumbaa the pig
WR450F, The Blue Postie Bike
YZ250N smoker with rego, Stinky.
Yamaha MT09 (FZ09), The Scud missile.
Club Lead not Club Med.
He with the most toys wins.
Out of my depth in a puddle.
Live life on the edge you will see more that way.
Ridding a motorcycle keeps things in balance.
At the end of each trail and at the end of each day history is made.