I bought a RockShox suspension fork for a trekking bike I'm building. My plan was to use a wheel with a
Shimano XT Shimano DH-3N72 hub dynamo I have from before on it. The hub has a normal bolt on (9mm?) axle. Before installing the fork, I'm reading through the manual, and they specifically mention you should only use a quick release or thru axle on it, "Do not use a bolt on axle with you fork". When I try, the wheel and axle bolts seem to fit perfectly.
I understand that fork instructions are not something to ignore lightly, but I'd like to know why they advice so clearly against this?
You have to tension the bolts with a torque of 6 - 8 Nm, which is more than quick release I imagine. But I couldn't imagine this would have an effect on the fork?
Also, would it be easy to replace to bolt on axle with a quick release or does the hub need to be different for that?
Edit: correct hub type
Edit: add pictures of the hub to clarify the kind of bolts.