When installing the front axle, the manual says to torque down the axle nut first, and then tighten the 4 small screws that clamp down around each end of the axle. Is this right? If I torque the axle nut first, I have to push the right fork (odometer cable side)in toward the tire about 1/4 inch to get the end of the axle to flush up against the outside edge of the fork. Is this the right procedure? Looks like it would be easier to tighten the two axle clamp screws on the right(non-threaded)end of the axle first, then the axle nut, and finally the two clamp screws on the left. I just want to make sure I do it the right way, as I can see how it might affect the handling if done wrong! Thanks for any help.