Thanks Garry. How hard is it to remove (and put back on) a front fork? The rest of it I can handle.
It's not hard. A multi-tool or Y-wrench and you're set. Just be sure to get it tightened down properly when you replace it.
To check once it's back on, hold the front brake, turn the wheel sideways and rock back and forth while holding your thumb and forefinger where the fork meets the frame. If it wiggles loosen the stem and tighten the top screw for the headset and re-tighten the stem. If it doesn't wiggle hold the front end up and see how easily you can turn the fork to make sure you didn't tighten the headset down too much.
If it turns freely (and does not wiggle with the other test) then you have it right.