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 Loosen the spokes and centre the wheel whilst in the forks. I remove the tyre and set up two zip ties for keeping an eye on round and straight, one on the fork and one on the bridge. As for rubbing the bridge, the spokes need tightening tighter than a tight thing squeezing tight. Hope this was what you were talking about?
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 Hi i've just bought this very bike
when you look at the front wheel it's slightly offset towards the disc side
when you land a jump it actually rubs the fork bridge
any ideas? thanks
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 Hey man, i can honestly say i have never had any problem with that. especially hitting the fork bridge as its hit some big jumps. have you made sure the front axel is correctly installed? the bike as you can see get's serviced from a top bike mechanic and has never had any faults.
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 A Dartmoor Shine getting some Slam Love!!

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