Anyone find a solution to the Driveshaft so it doesn't rock? Someway to make it more secure? Thanks.
I recently switched to a new Fox fork with a 15mm thru axle, which I was excited about. I use a Rockymounts TieRod on top of the Suby, and since it required a thru-axle adapter, I chose the Rockymounts Driveshaft, the only one which locks.
At first I had it set up less than idealy, and the whole bike rocked back and forth from the front of the car towards the back. I emailed Rockymounts, and they cordially suggested I run the TieRod skewer thru one of the holes up higher and it would help mitigate the problem (he did not say it would fix it.) It still rocks, but a heck of lot less. I drove to the trail the other day and it moved around a lot but did hold on.
Has anyone come up with a way to make the whole thing more secure, tighter fits?
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