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Hello, took a spill on the 5 freeway in Los Angeles. Grateful to be alive. :angel:
Now, the Bike has minimal cosmetic damage I plan to fix myself (bent break pedal, sheered front break lever, cracked front cowl and right handle weight pug, loose muffler I plan on upgrading anyways) The real problem is the front alignment issue. The bike feels slippery from the front at higher speeds and looks to not be centered by a small margin. I've been looking online and think this method might work to fix it but before I do I thought I'd come and get some advise from you guys. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vSunBRB6-r8

Thanks.

The rim has some scratches and the fork axle nut a little sheered so i know it took some impact
Back wheel is aligned correctly
 

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Yes this is an acceptable method of straightening things out. I'm a bit lazy with my trail bike, after a fall I just put the wheel against a tree or a pole and heave on the bars. Seems to work.
 
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Yes this is an acceptable method of straightening things out. I'm a bit lazy with my trail bike, after a fall I just put the wheel against a tree or a pole and heave on the bars. Seems to work.
Epic Al..just epic! Love it! :laugh::laugh::laugh::laugh::laugh:
 
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