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I have a Taotao50 scooter and when looking from the front the tire is straight and the handlebars is goin slightly to the left how can I fix this? It makes it difficult to drive

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Take it to any bike shop and they will loosed the head bolt and reset the forks to the handle bars.

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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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You need to loosen and re-torque the fork triple clamp bolts, along with the front wheel axle, and pinch bolts. Do this with the front wheel off of the ground. Your forks may have twisted, and all needs to be loosened, straightened, and re-torqued.
Note...you can destroy forks if you don't properly torque tripple clamp bolts!!!!

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provided the wheel and spacers were reinstalled correctly, you can loosen 3 of the 4 the tripple clamp pinch bolts and push the wheel against a wall until straight and retighten, the forks may have had a slight twist and the wheel was holding it straight, when the wheel was reinstalled the axle would pull them back to where they should be

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