Discussion in 'Other Service and Maintenance' started by madmike64, Oct 15, 2007.
Welcome to the forum Mike.
Your problem is a very common one. It's usually the bars that are not in line with the front end. Most times you can just loosen the riser bolts a turn or two under the top tree and shift the bars over to make them straight. It's like when we were kids setting the bars straight on our bikes when we held the front tire between our knees and twisted the bars, same principle.
If it indeed the tree, then you have to loosen up the pinch bolts and other supports that attach to the front end and shift it over as needed, but I feel it is the bars themselves making everything look out of line.
Mine look out of whack sometimes it is due to the rubber mounts I just turn them all the way to the stop and give them a good push straightens them right out after a few trys. Might not be your problem just a suggestion.
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