Question about 2005 Yamaha Vino 125
The front wheel is misaligned. How do I loosen the fork so I can straighten it out?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you should be able to saporrt bike so front wheel is off the ground then take a marker and put lines around where the forks meet the triple trees that hold them in place their should be some allen head bolts that u can loosen on front of the triple clamps once these are loose you should be able to move the forks back to strait again in line with the handle bars just line the lines up that u put on them earlier and tighten the allen bolts back up also when making the lines make them from left to right so marker is touching both fork tube and triple clamp this is only so you get can keep them the same ride hight as before
Posted on Feb 17, 2009
First, support the bike so that the front wheel is off the ground. Then, loosen (do not remove, just loosen them) the bolts that clamp the fork tubes into the upper and lower triple clamp braces. Loosen the front axle attachments to the fork legs. Now stand in front of the bike and hold the front wheel between your knees and turn the handlebars until they are straight - and re-tighten everything. Also, check the large nut on top of the steering stem, making sure it is tight.
Posted on Dec 11, 2009
SOURCE: forks are out of alignment
STAND IN FRONT OF THE BIKE FACING THE HEADLIGHT. STRADDLE THE FRONT WHEEL AND CLAMP THE WHEEL BETWEEN YOUR LEGS. NOW "TWIST" THE HANDLEBARS TO A STRAIGHT POSITION. IT MAY REQUIRE A FEW TWEAKS BUT THE PROCESS IS NOT HARD.
Posted on Mar 31, 2010
What caused the mis alignment in the first place, if it was a crash , something may be bent.
It can help to loosen the axel bolts as well.
perhaps you may need to pull the forks out and turn the chrome stauntions to see if they are bent
Dont try to straighten forks, this can cause stress fractures
Posted on Jul 04, 2011
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