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I dropped my bike of the stand and now the handelbars are not in line with the wheel how can i fix it cheers

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Typically you would loosen the triple clamps that hold the fork tubes, trap the front wheel or have some on hold it and re align the wheel with the handle bars and re tighten. The challenge with a scooter is removing covers to gain access the triple clamp.

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Slacken the bolts on the top and bottom yolks twist the front wheel between your knees and pull on the bors left or right to line it all back up once all straight re tighten the bolts.

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You only have to loosen the lower triple clamp pinch bolts and twist between the knees or against a solid object. If you loosen all of them the fork height, etc. can get whacked out.

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    In extreme cases you might have to loosen the top steering stem nut, but this can be difficult if you don't have access to the correct size wrench. Just loosening the lower clamp bolts works well unless the fork tubes are bent. I have been doing this at the race tracks for years on bikes that have fallen out of the sky at high speed.

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