My wife and I were riding my 2004 Heritage Softail last night (just purchased it a month and a half ago) when I heard a clunk and then had oil ALL OVER my left leg. I thought I had a blown fork seal, but upon reading many posts on here and elsewhere, I discovered many issues with the pinch bolts. Well I felt behind the tin covers and could feel that the fork tube had unscrewed itself and fell down enough to spew oil. So now the dealership is going to pick it up on Tuesday and try and fit it in before Thursday. If not possible, then I have to wait about 2 1/2 weeks before they can get to it. My wife does not want me to mess with it because we purchased a 2 year extended warranty. I want to remove the fork, pour out the oil and refill and replace the pinch bolts with heavier duty ones. How easy is this fix really? I don't want any down time since the weather in WI. has been so shitty lately, we are finally getting some dry, warm weather. I have never messed with forks before, but the videos seem pretty easy on Youtube. Is there a drain valve on the 2004s to drain the forks without pulling them off?