You missed the point there. You're posting a lot of new threads when they could and should be incorporated into one of the other threads you already have going. That makes searching for and finding answers easier within the same topic. It also helps searchers see what the solution was to particular issue instead of having to read the thread and find out its a cliff hanger. It's also nice for the people who subscribed to the thread.
What you deem to be positive or negative is up to you, I have no control over that. Kero in the fork tubes and lowers should be fine. Worked for me at least. Same for the oem internals. I don't know in regards to after marker or modified internals, I'm sorry.
What I did was have only the fork cap off and poured in some kero. I then used the internal valving to force the kero though a few times. The oil in my f4i forks were horrid to say in the lease.
I agree, not disputing the question. It's the method of delivery that is a bit irksome, More so when the same poster already has similar threads up that would have benefited more from being posted there.
Ok, that's a bit different. I broke the thread into smaller threads because it makes it more specific when looking for something. In this case, I had a replace front tire only thread, front end handling thread and now fork cleaning thread. These were all about a huge problem I had with the front end.
One problem was the tire pressure. My gauge went dead and IIRC, requires re-calc once the battery goes dead. I rode the bike anyways (not a great idea).
The solution (or a solution) stayed on that thread: Fix the air pressure and get a manual gauge.
The issue of replacing a one tire only, problem solved, replace one only if you want, people do it all the time.
Issue 3, ways to clean the forks. I might have used brake cleaner, carb cleaner or acetone before, it was years ago and I don't remember. A pro suggested that it could damage the seals. The issue is what can/should be used to clean the insides of a fork.
If you search for any of those issues, you get a clean answer to the problem. It's not mixed up with some "I've got a problem, here's 10 things I fixed".
You can have a "how do you clean your forks" concern without having a bad front tire or improper PSI issue and you can find your answer.