2003 V-Rod, CFR Headers, CFR Fueler, Oberon Slave, Chrome Forks, Chrome Sway, Chrome Calipers.
Discussion Starter · #1 ·
I believe that the engineers at Harley Davidson have made a rash decision in the design of the V-Rod rear fork. Upon replacing my stock fork with a chrome one I had to dismantle my precious bike and was disheartened to notice that there is nothing pressing the left side of the fork to the whole of my ride. The nut holds the side opposite of the belt against the motor mount but the head of the bolt slides right thru the sleeve on the arm and the friction of the bolts head to the sleeve is the only thing holding it on my ass as I am going down the road,WTF. I can now feel this looseness when ever I make hard left turns. Or is it just in my head?