Model Klx250 made by Kawasaki got 4 consumer complains. Consumer complaints with reference to suspension. .
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|2012 kawaski klx250 motorcycle. consumer writes in regards to front wheel camber problem *tgw the consumer stated while riding the bike, he noticed the handlebars were not square to the bike when traveling in a straight line. instead, they were cocked to the right. upon closer inspection, he noticed the front wheel had a camber problem. he noticed the axle was not square to the front forks, which caused the top of the wheel to be closer to the left fork, than the right fork and caused the bike to pull to the left when traveling with the handlebars square to the bikes frame. by turning the handlebars to the right, the bike would travel in a straight line, but was causing the bike to run abnormally and the front wheel not to spin in the same plane as the rear wheel. more importantly, it was causing the forks to bind. the consumer stated the binding problem has been exacerbated by the factory using every bit of the clearance of the involved parts to somewhat correct the camber issue. they did so, by clamping the left fork slightly higher in the yoke than the right fork. the consumer believed the defect was produced in one of two ways; either the axle journals were drilled incorrectly, at an angle other than 90 degrees to the forks, or the aluminum castings which contained the axle journals were casted incorrectly onto the steel tubes that accepted them. even thought the axle journals were drilled incorrectly, they were not at 90 degrees to the forks because of the misaligned castings. after careful examination, the consumer was more inclined to believe it was due to improper casting. *jb|
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