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Unless you're standing on it, probably not, especially if its an external/exposed cam style quick release I'm assuming what you're seeing is just the legs coming in a little bit as the spacing is slightly wider than 100mm. As long as it's just a couple of mm, I woudn't worry about it.
The replacement elastomers I ordered from suspensionforkparts.net arrived and I replaced them this past weekend. Easy job, and the front suspension works like new!
New bikes at the very least require a full check and tune up out of the box. They also need to be "broken in" in many cases. New wheels can go out of true just from being ridden for the first time, one of my favourite things after building a new bike was to ride it around the shop and listen to all the spoke nipples make their "pinging" noises as they ...
The issue you are having is the wheel is "out of true". This is caused by uneven spoke tension. It can be adjusted, but it's easy to go wrong here and make it worse if you don't know what you're doing. Most good bikes are bought from bike shops. This allows the shop to properly assemble and adjust the bike. If you know someone who can do it (and ...
I think that their main point is not less weight but more control. Imagine the normal 2-legged fork: even though the two sides are connected to the same air spring, you could concievably temporarily compress one more than the other, and now your front wheel is no longer pointed in the direction that the handlebars are. This can only happen if the bridge is ...
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