how do I properly assemble the axle on a DNA springer front end?
have your wheel assembly together and ready to go in place. Hold your wheel in place while you slide the axle thru. Once you have the wheel in place and the brake rotor in the caliper and the axle thru and nuts are finger tight, take a set of inside calipers to measure the thickness of the spacers you will need for each side. (I have DNA on mine and a Paugho axle. My axle came with assorted sizes of spacers.) Once you determine the correct thickness of spacers, take the nut off, axle out and remove wheel. Lube up your axle with either some anti-sieze, or grease, start putting the axle back thru the lower leg and then the spacer(s) for that side, then the wheel, then the spacers for the other side and finish by sliding the axle thru the other side of the lower leg on the other side. (This is where you will probably want an extra set of hands to help get everything in and lined up). Once you have everything in place, red loctite the ends of the axle and put the nuts on. Good luck.
May 28, 2018
Its a physical impossibility .Great minds have pondered that question for years You need to call it quits and sell the whole bike to me really cheap
May 28, 2018