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Hey there I had a puncture repair done on my bike two weeks ago, since then the bike has felt unstable at 50km and slower, it feels almost like the steering is fighting me when going around corners and when going straight i feel like i have to keep correcting the steering, going around roundabouts is pretty tricky. I noticed that they assembled the axle backwards they put the nut on the right side of the bike (brake side) I have checked tire pressures and alignment of the back wheels and tried stiffening the suspension as well with no success, please help me.

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Please dont drive like this sounds dangerouse please recheck with a electician

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SOURCE: soft front suspension how can i stiffen the front

If it has air caps on the top of the forks, you can put a little air in them. If not, the other thing you can do is add a bit more oil to each fork leg.

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