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Old 08-21-10, 04:37 PM
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Originally Posted by fietsbob View Post
Bike shop has a reference jig to get the legs symmetrical , You need to remove the fork from the bike, though.
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Make the forks right with the proper tool. If you try and do it your self you will probably not have a properly aligned fork. You won't notice it until you try and ride with no hands. The mechanic can check to make sure the forks aren't out of alignment fore n aft as well. Take it to a qualified LBS.
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