How tight are you guys torqueing the nut? Also, do you let the bottom clamp hit the stops when tightening? I have tried and tried, but by the time I torque the nut on the top tree to spec (while allowing the bottom tree to hit the stop), my front end is tweaked out of alignment. I have tried this many different ways, with the lower fork bolts tight and the uppers loose / or just snug, and reverse, ect., ect.... What is the best way to get accurate alignment????? Since the upper and lower trees are not keyed together it seems to me that the only way to keep the top and bottom from turning out of alignment is to prevent the lower tree from making contact with the stop, while tightening the nut on the top tree. I can barely get to 60 ft/lbs this way. What's up with this??? Thanks for any help - I am tired of not being able to flow through turns - and having to steer crooked to go straight Please, any help would be greatly appreciated. Boomer.