Ok, had a small fall 3 weeks ago which caused my forks to turn in the clamps, this is a fairly common occurence, I think....... Well its happened to several guys I ride with. Anyhow this of course caused the front tire to ride offset in one direction more than the other. I loosened the lower clamps, took the front fender and number plate off and straightened the wheel out to line up with the bars etc...... Went riding last week and I could still feel the bike favoring one direction and making me fight to turn the other direction, although this time the problem was much less then the initial crash. I went through the same steps as above trying to eyeball the forks, bars, into a straight allignment. BUT I went for a ride yesterday the mother Freekin bike still was not perfect, Its very subtle now but im still fighting to turn right, specially quick fast turns, I actually missed two turns yesterday and shot out into the sage brush Left turns feel great. What else can I do other than droppin it off at the shop and spending $50 bucks an hour, is there a way to mesure the alignment, or a tool I can get, I got a big ride planned in a week and need to get this resolved..........Help. Oh yeah, Im riddin all stock stuff, execept Renthal Bars, which are not bent or otherwise damaged.