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Front wheel removal and installation

Replacing my front tire for inspection and it looks pretty straight forward ,but just want to make sure i dont run into any surprises.

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As long as your forks are straight and your bolt is torked right then your fine but if your axel and bold arnt tight then you will have serious problems when riding.

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