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Attempted to drop forks through yoke but went too far.how can i rectify?

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Buy a front paddock stand that fits into bottom of steering stem. This will lift your front wheel off the ground. Remove calipers and front wheel. Slide the forks back down carefully ensuring they drop out all the way and smash radiator. Use vernier caliper to measure amount of fork protruding above top yoke and make sure they are the same. About 10mm max

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