Loosen the 'pinch' bolts on the top and bottom of the triple trees, but not compleetly finger loose, let them be slightly snug, slightly. This will allow the fork tubes to rotate inside the tripletrees and not slide down. If you have them loose to the point you can turn them with your finges, the tubes can slide upwards in the tripple trees, and you don't want that, thus snug, so they can twist but not slide down. With a friend to help hold the bike up-right, you can go to the front and face the bike and straddle the front tire/wheel and hold it in place and have your friend turn the handelbars one way or the other to align the forks and bars to a straight position. Check to see that the tubes havn't slid up into the tripple trees and if they are still at the proper heigth, tighten the pinch bolts top and bottom, both sides. Now set on the bike and see if you got it right, you should have acomplished something for free that might have cost you one hour minimum at the shop.
Last edited by Gohot229; 01-09-2010 at 06:24 AM.