That Vid is OK, but it aint even for a Honda Shadow.... Check these included Vids...
Here a cut from a previous post specific for Honda Shadows, its for a VT750 but your Honda VT600 wont be much diff if not almost exactly the same - Hey Its a Honda... and Two Wheel Rocco's Shadow Replace Fork Seals VID is the Greatest! It aint a dufficlut job at All...
I just did my fork seals (exactly like Rocco) for <$30 ($12 - 2 OEM forkseal & dustcover kits, + 1 liter Belray 15W fork fluid, all shipped to my door!)
And while I was doin the forks and had the calliper removed from the forkk I totally cleaned, inspected the caliper and and changed the brake fluid.
Not a tuff job at all (and from what i've read there only one o-ring in the caliper that can leak![and it's easy to replace])
Two Wheel Rocco! - he makes the job so simple - It's a beautiful thing...
(*and use a 1 1/2" Thin wall PVC pipe instead of the PVC pipe part# referenced in the vid!)
Two Wheel Rocco, the absolute best vid i've watched on fork seaks!
All others i've watched (including my local honda shop), get the fork off, and wrestle it around on a bench, have trouble with the bottom bolt, clamp it, impact it, need special tools and make a simple job a real chore!
Now the secret to the whole job is:
As soon as ya get the front wheel off
(while the fork is still champed int the triple tree) - reach up into the bottom of the fork with your extended hex socket and POP THAT BOTTOM BOLT LOOSE!
while it's still clamped in the top tree - and its all down hill after that!
(and ya never have to wrestle that fork around on bench or floor!)
(and always work on the fork in a Bucket! No mess!)
Hey, if your any kind a wrench , and follow Rocco's vid - It's easy and a Beautiful Thing... (ya gotta watch the Vid to understand: Its a Beautiful Thing)