I am not sure why you need one.
You may be able to remove the front wheel, put a shim between the brake pucks, release the air pressure and undo the bolts that hold the lower suspension pieces. Then you might be looking for a seal remover.
On some bikes you can leave the upper fork right on the bike and just take the lower slider off. You use a short length of PVC, split in half lengthwise, and attach that to the upper fork with two band clamps. Then work the lower slider like a slide hammer against the PVC "anvil" to seat the new seals.
As long as your bike has a fork cap that can be removed to add new fluid without having to un-compress the spring this is a very fast way to change seals.