Can't steer straight. The front wheel has always been slightly off. Originally I thought it was a crooked handlebar, but after replacing the handlebar it stilll wasn't straight. I came off the other day after going over a jump, and it immediately was much much worse. After looking at it all I can hold the wheel and creek the forks out and into the correct position by holding the wheel with my feet, and putting force on turning the handlebars. I don't believe this could be normal. Now the question I want to know is evidently there is a part that must be broken/worn inside the shock perhaps a sleeve or something. Just wanting to know whether someone can enlighten me more on this. It takes about two weeks to order parts here so if I knew what part it was I could order in advance that way not have the bike off the road. The forks themselves appear straight, it is only the fact there is movement internally. Probably from one and not from the other. The top bolts that hold the cylinders are all supertight so there is no movement there. http://www.albaaction.com/pages/parts/viewbybrand/7/Honda.aspx I have looked at the parts diagram for the 250r 01 model shock breakdown, however can't seem to get any idea of what it is. 15 SKU: 51432-KCE-721 PIECE, OIL LOCK (Honda Code 4820916) This part is a sleeve that the cylinder slides inside? Anyway any thoughts would be appreciated. I have searched several times to see whether this issue has been dealt with before. but if it has perhaps someone could refer me to the thread.