Introduction

Sometimes a scooter will move in a different direction than the user directs it. This guide will demonstrate how to align the steering column with the front wheel, and so that the scooter moves properly in the right direction.

Parts

No parts required.

Image 1/3: Insert a 3/16" Allen wrench into the screw in the collar clamp and loosen it. Image 2/3: The collar clamp will be free to move and may slide around the steering column. When reassembling, return it to its original position. Image 3/3: The collar clamp will be free to move and may slide around the steering column. When reassembling, return it to its original position.
  • Locate the collar clamp near the base of the steering column.

  • Insert a 3/16" Allen wrench into the screw in the collar clamp and loosen it.

  • The collar clamp will be free to move and may slide around the steering column. When reassembling, return it to its original position.

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Image 1/2: View the scooter along the steering column. Be sure the wheel is perpendicular to the handlebars. Image 2/2: The second picture above shows a correct alignment of the steering column from this view.
  • Firmly grasp the steering column and turn the wheel by hand.

  • View the scooter along the steering column. Be sure the wheel is perpendicular to the handlebars.

  • The second picture above shows a correct alignment of the steering column from this view.

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This is so unhelpful.

Linh Tran - Reply

Great guide! Thanks so much helped me to fix my old scooter and save approx. $50

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