sorry to wake the dead, but i thought a picture from my recent disassembly might be helpful! elite was certainly correct...
#1: Stanchions and lowers. Must have seen some use, judging by the stanchion polish ~2" down from the crown. There's a nylon (teflon?) bushing just inside the top of the lowers, right behind a wiper seal, that locates the top of the lowers.
#2: The guts, in order. Nylon bushing fits over the step on the end of the stanchions (to locate the end of the stanchions), then a washer, then a short elastomer (~1"), then another washer, then a long elastomer (~3"). The whole stack is held together by the long allen bolt, which passes through the end of the stanchion, then all the guts, and threads into the bottom of the lowers.
A couple oddities:
a) the right side (in the picture) has a small back elastomer between the bolt head and the inside of the stanchion cap...missing on the left.
b) the left side must have been severely overtightened, as the elastomers are grossly distorted. Possibly due to the missing black elastomer cushion?
c) the 1/2 circle at bottom left appears to be elastomer material and was essentially a collar around the bottom end of the long elastomer. No sign of anything similar on the right.
At initial inspection, a small amount of elastomer fragments came out of the lowers...can't remember which/both sides. Remnants of the left black one? Right lower collar? I couldn't say. They were pretty dark in color, but I didn't inspect them thoroughly. Also complicating the forensics is the fact that the previous owner knew it wasn't working well, so dumped some fork oil from his dirt bike into the lowers! Why not, eh?