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Old 05-31-2009, 05:45 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by texlurch View Post
The castle nut underneath the upper triple is what preloads and holds the bearings in. I wouldn't recommend riding it but it shouldn't cause any issues really.
afaik the zx6r does not have the castle nut, it is just that nut on top. when i worked at a kawi dealer as a tech i never saw any kawi with anything else but a single nut on the steering stem, just torque to spec and go, unlike my honda which has the castle nut and a lot more effort required to set pre load on the bearings.
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