Join Date: Dec 2010
Location: Rancho Cordova, CA.
I don't know if this is the right way to do it but I've always just stood in front of the bike with a leg on each side of the front wheel to keep it from turning and just tweaked the bars back until it was straight. It's worked for me for 35 years or so. Works on bicycles too.
2009 KLR650, black (the fastest color), Moose luggage racks - Happy Trail skid plate, crash bars, engine guard, highway pegs, and fork brace - IMS Pro footpegs - Dynojet stage 2 jet kit - Airbox mod - WOW led tail light - Top Gun 7.4Kg rear spring - Top Gun Progressive front springs - ThermoBob - Temp overlay