Actually not that bad. Definetly take your time. About 6 hours per side would be the norm. Mine had accumulated rust in all of the snap ring grooves. DO NOT just buy the Texacone seals. They have a complete kit that includes wipers (which turned to out be one of the hardest parts), and the most critical pieces, the "O" rings that seal the pistons to the housings. Large snap ring pliers are a must (0.095). Blowing air into the top of the cylinder from a compressor was a huge help with mess reduction. Although for some reason the bleeder plug is a metric bolt thread, not pipe thread. So use a rubber tip from an air gun.
Last edited by J Sand; 07/02/10 10:55 PM.