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  • kiwiwr400

Posted August 12, 2001 - 04:41 PM

#1

loosen front axle pinch bolts , remove brake line plastic guard, loosen axle nut. fit corect size allen key ( inhex socket ) and use rotate axle. Look for bottom fork leg movement ( looking in from the front of bike lets you have a better view of the movement between the axle and the axle to fork leg mounting).There shouldn't be any movement or twisting of fork leg whilst rorating axle.
remove front axle and check for striaghtness.

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  • kiwiwr400

Posted August 12, 2001 - 04:52 PM

#2

I have dailed my front axle and it's within allowable limits as per/manfact, spec's. But when i reinstall and check as described as above there in to much movement......THIS MUST INCREASE STICKSION
Any comments would be welcome

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