My son had a low side off on his CBF125 whilst on the route home. He had been riding for only 9 days! A kindly fellow stopped by and loaded him onto his van, dropped him off at home.
Lots of scrap plastic and a few bent bits such as the rear brake pedal which were no biggy to sort out.
Seeing as the chap who picked up son works at the local Triumph shop he offered to fix any issues at cost as he took pity on the newbie rider.
6 weeks later and nothing but scratching of heads, even with an ex honda mechanic in their employ they could not sort out the twisted forks "cheaply". From what I could glean that means without any tools or time other than tea break being employed!
Getting it back home, for free which was nice, revealed they had done the square root of nothing to the forks.
Anyway, tightening the fork tree after loosening and straightening does nothing, it'll still twist to the left by just using two fingers.
Triple tree clamps seemed fine but replaced the triple tree clamps with another set and tightened everything up. It will still twist but far, far less than before and with a lot more effort. I can't make it twist the other way at all.
Front forks seem fine with absolutely no damage, dings, bent bits or leaks.
Is it the forks that need replacing or servicing?