Question about Factory bike Chrono SM 250 Motorcycles
Be sure the front axle net is tight. Next, check the center nut on the steering stem. It attaches to the stem and will have a lock nut on top of it, (green highlight). The bearing nut, (blue highlight), should be snug against the stem bearing. Too tight and the steering is stiff. Too loose and the steering is squirrelly. Note; the bearing may have gone bad. If so, replace it. Once the bearing nut is set, lock it down with the lock nut. The image below is generic.
Posted on Mar 19, 2011
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