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Old 04-17-2005
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Help with ABS sensor with 3" Spindle lift

I am installing my spindles, and the hole for the bolt on the ABS sensor isnt threaded. Should it be? They are the Doestech Spindles, and neither side is threaded.
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The screw will go in on it's own. Mine looked the same but the screw went in fine. However, the sensor has a bit of an interference problem that tends to make it twist and not line up properly. Hold the sensor out a little bit as you get the screw started and you should be fine.

Edit: It is tapping itself in though, you will have resistance as you tighten it down.

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