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They should be level with the top yoke.You need to get everything back in proper alignment.

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"R" is no where near "L" on the keyboard mmmm    

If you mean it sits lower?

One FORK has a spring one FORK does not.

All normal and equals out once you put the axle through them. .    

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Just confused as my lad has just picked up his new bike and it seems one of the folks sits higher than the other measuring up from the yolk there is about 5/6mm  difference 

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Stephen 123  Don't you mean the "Yorks"  

We are flying above his head Mark  LOL 

Stephen they are called Forks not "Folks"

 

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Just confused as my lad has just picked up his new bike and it seems one of the folks sits higher than the other measuring up from the yolk there is about 5/6mm  difference 

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If the previous owner thinks that's ok then I would be thoroughly checking the rest of the bike before going out on it.

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Well where there left fork is positioned there is a tiny line around the fork (the right has this also) so should the right fork be moved up to that line? 

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Just spoken to the dealership i got it from and they confirmed that the right fork needs to be moved up to the line. He said you should be able to see around 5mm above the clamp thing?

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