Join Date: 03-08-2006
Location: Courtenay, BC, Canada
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One fork is longer than the other
Ok, springs are the same length, spacer is the same length, same washers used at each applicable spot and the cap is at at the same spot on the damper rod, yet one fork is about 5mm shorter than the other. Nothing is obviously bent and the assembly works well. Preload and rebound are set the same on each.
What gives? Any ideas?
The forks have been disassembled, new bushings and new springs installed. The damper assembly was never removed from the inner tube. I don't know if they were equal before the rebuild (didn't notice), but I would like them to be equal now!!