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I have bought some zoom gordo 660 forks and want to know how to install the front wheel on them

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HOW MUCH OIL IN THE FRONT FORKS OF XT660X


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May 12, 2012 | 2004 Yamaha XT 660 R

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2004 Yamaha xt660x fork oil capacity


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Jan 31, 2012 | 2004 Yamaha XT 660 X

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I have just bought a new SCHWINN CORONADO WOMAN BIKE and i'm trying to assemble it. The distance between the fork dropoouts is bigger than the front wheel axis. The only possible assembly of the front...


When you tighten the quick-release skewer, the two sides of the fork will be pushed inwards over the axle. So basically, just tighten it up & it should be just fine. If not- take it back to the store you got it from!

Oct 30, 2011 | Schwinn Coronado Women's 26" Alloy Frame...

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We just bought a womens lakeshore 26" and the assembly instructions are terrible. How do you affix the front wheel?


The front wheel axle fits into the fork, there is a U shaped notch in each fork leg at the end of the fork. There are two washers with bent tangs on them that fit into holes just above where the axle fits into the fork. Slide the washers onto the axle, one on each side. the tangs on the washers should fit into the small holes above each U shaped notch that the axle is in. Next screw on the nuts supplied for the fork. The tire should be centered between the fork legs before you tighten the nuts to secure the front wheel to the fork.

Aug 17, 2010 | Schwinn Cycling

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I bought a set of forks and I can't get old forks off from axle. Do I have to remove axle bolt?


Yes you have to remove the axle bolt. Both forks can slide out individually.
Make sure you have removed the front wheel, brake calipers and the front fender. There is a brace too that needs to be removed or loosened. And make sure the triple tree is loosened too so they can slide. When you install the new ones make sure they go back in the same spot as the old ones or it can make your bike ride unsafe.

Dec 01, 2009 | 2003 kawasaki ZX-6R

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Cannot fit to my Trek 820 due to


You have to use a different fork. There are three standard steering tube sizes: 1"; 1.125"; 1.5". The 1" is found on budget bikes, older bikes and some cruiser/hybrid bikes. 1.125" is the most common size and is also usable on 1.5" head tubed bikes using reducing headsets. 1.5" is found on heavy-duty mountain bikes and some carbon fiber road bikes, although its use is increasing in popularity.
The point is, you can sometimes convert down, but never up. You have to source a different fork.

Sorry, mate
matthew

Nov 01, 2009 | Cycling

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Tires I bought are too thick to fit in between my forks


sure you can get new forks just make sure the inside width of the forks will hold your tire and that the radius of the wheel from the axle to the outer edge is smaller than the inside length of the forks

Aug 31, 2009 | Dynacraft Girls 16" Barbie Bike

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Replacing the front seal- located on the fork.


To replace the fork seal you must open the top of the fork and remove the spring. Then drop the fork tube out of the clamp. Once the fork tube is removed replacing the seal is simply pulling the old one off and putting the new one on. You will need to remove your front wheel.

Jun 29, 2009 | 2003 Yamaha YZF 600 R thunder cat

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Zoom gordo 660 forks rock hard want to adjust no manual


must have been stood a long time seized solid.took out of clamps turned upside down ran thin oil into seals put full weight onto each fork one at atime and gradually got them moving now perfect.

Mar 23, 2009 | Cycling

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Bicycle Fork Installation


remove front wheel
undo allen screw or bolt securing headstem to fork
remove headstem and handlebars
undo lock nut & ring retaining bearings, at top of fork tube, do not lose bearings which may be loose.
withdraw fork from fork tube, do not lose upper bearing race
remove lower bearing from old fork
install lower bearing on new fork (I prefer replacing bearings)
remove brake caliper from old fork install on new fork
insert fork in fork tube
install upper bearing (I prefer replacing bearings)
install retaining ring and lock nut on fork tube, adust untill there is no wobble, but free movement, too tight the bearings will collapse too loose the rider will fall off
tighten lock nut
install headstem
tighten headstem allen key - bolt
install front wheel

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