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Old 05-17-14, 08:14 AM
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Thanks for all the comments guys. I've kind of branched off from what some of you said and I came up with another possibility. The bike is leaning to the right as opposed to steering/turning to the right. So that led me to think that something like this couldn't be on the front of the bike, as it would cause the bike steer/turn to the right. So it's something on the rear maybe? I'm thinking it's the rear seat stay & chain stay alignment, and the rear wheel is angled slightly to the right (as in pointing to the right). Or would it have to point left to lean the bike to the right? Thoughts on this please?
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