Originally Posted by ThumpnRed
It's easy to see if it will hit. Pull the top caps off the forks and push the wheel up. I am not convinced that it will hit.
Thanks for the tip, Red.
I haven't changed my fork oil yet. How difficult would it be to get the caps back on if I made a quick check in this manner?
A while back someone posted a photograph of his bike with the forks fully compressed after a jump. One can't always tell from photographs, but it sure looked as if the wheel would hit my oil cooler in a similar situation.
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