Great tool for correcting fork misaligned at the triple clamps.
Very good quality tool. I thought my front end was aligned and it was off big time due to a crash. You may think that your axle and forks are lined up but unless you check with a tool like this you will not know resulting in sticky suspension and premature wear on seals. Once you learn to use it it is fast and accurate to use. I am happy with the purchase.
This is a very nice tool for aligning your forks and seems to be quality built and very easy to use. You can align your forks without this tool for sure but i use it to double check that everything is aligned properly.
This tool works really well. Its easy to set up and seems to be accurate. It told me that my forks were slightly out of alignment even after I did the centering procedures mentioned in my service manual. I'd recommend everyone to get one.
It's about time somebody invented one of these. No more messing around with calipers and tapes and such. Found one set of of forks that needed adjustment the first time i used it. Take time to read and follow the instructions and benefit from the results
Awesome tool, inexpensive and easy to set up and use.
Take out the guess work and get this.
The Motion Pro fork alignment tool is the best way to ensure proper fork alignment. Proper fork alignment will reduce fork bushing and seal wear and also ensure proper fork action. It's super easy to use and gives you the confidence knowing your forks are true top to bottom.
follow all the online video instructions you want to properly align your forks... but without this tool, you never really know. I thought i was doing just fine.. until i bought this tool and saw that more effort needs to be spent on proper fork alignment. tool pays for itself by prolonging life of your fork seals and bushings
It does what it needs to. Although I don't know if I really needed it. I have taken the front wheel off twice since I've had this. Everytime I use it to check the fork alignment it's good to go when following the service manual. Most bike have the correct spacer on the front axle so when you tighten down the axle nut the forks should be parallel. It does give you piece of mind though. If you mix up the spacers this will catch it.
I eye balled the fork tubes then used the alignment tool. I was off quite a bit. Even compressing the forks prior to tightening the pinch bolts did not get the forks perfectly paralled. This tool is pretty easy to use. I have more confidence the tubes are parallel now. My seals and bushing will last longer since there is less side load.