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Re: [Enfield] Re: Front forks and internal "hexagon"

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  • P Snidal
    ... And also to rotate the fork tube so as to unscrew it from the casquette. (And to screw it back up into the c. on reassembly.) ps
    Message 1 of 12 , Mar 20, 2013
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      >Mine are the outside threads at the tops of the main tubes screwing
      >into internal threads in the casquette. So no cap screw - - which
      >would be the aforementioned hex? I did, though, have cap screws
      >with o-rings on the casquette.
      >
      >If this is so then the oddly configured star-bit with extra points
      >(triple square?) was only to hold the fork tube still while
      >loosening from the bottom when freeing from the casquette?

      And also to rotate the fork tube so as to unscrew it from the
      casquette. (And to screw it back up into the c. on reassembly.)
      ps
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