I have had a rough couple of months but I am finally getting back to riding. I took my UC in to have the 50K service done. I specifically stated to the tech that the HD manual I have calls for the disassembly of the front fork tubes and replacement of the bushings as well as a fluid change. Additionally the neck bearings are supposed to be removed and inspected for wear. I was informed that there have been service updates such that the service is to now check for issues (clunking in the forks or neck) and that unless there is an obvious issue, checking the "fall away" and if the bearing are packed with grease as well as just changing the fork oil is now what is recommended. I have changed the fork oil twice up to 50K using the Glider method. They did take the forks apart to inspect but no bushing replacement was necessary. Has anyone else heard of this change in the 50K service? I didn't find this out until I went to pick up my scoot and went over the bill since there were no parts listed as replacements. My point in taking it in to a dealer was that I didn't have or want to get the tools needed for the bearing and bushing removal. But, I regularly check the "fall away", grease the neck and check the forks/change the oil. I could have done this work without taking it in. I have the piece of mind now that a trained mechanic said that everything is good, but I am a little frustrated with myself.