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Tree diagram...is there a threaded tube running between the two parts of the tree on the front end?

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There is the steer tube that is pressed into the lower tree/clamp. This tube is threaded on the top so that you can put a nut on it after the upper tree/clamp to preload the headset when you install the front end.

Posted on Oct 05, 2013

  • eric g peters Oct 06, 2013

    Thank you....bike was in accident and frontend was missing tube. Wil check boneyard and locate a replacement..

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