I recently purchased a 41mm Wide Glide fork brace/truss/supporter/etc from eBay. When I went to install it, I discovered that it didn't clamp right onto the lower fork tubes as it didn't go that small. The only way it would grip, was if I put it on over the caps. Here is a picture... I figured since it gripped evenly around the caps it should be good. Not knowing what brace I had though, I wasn't sure if this was correct though as I couldn't find any instructions. Does anyone know if this is the desired application, and/or what brand this is? An additional question though: I noticed with most brands of fork braces that I discovered directions for it said basically just clamp that sucker on. With one brand though I saw something to the effect of loosening certain lower front end components (fender, axle) and then tightening the bracket for correct front end alignment. I'm starting to wonder if there also isn't something to that. I installed a True-Track kit at the same time and the bike is *rock solid* and would run straight if I went hands off for some time. *But* there is this odd low-speed oscillation that feels as if it is coming from the lower front end. No force to it and not noticeable with the hands on or even a single hand on. Just noticeable if I lightly lift the hands off the grips. But, who knows... it might have always been there (front tire out of balance, etc.) Easy enough to check by ripping the bracket off though (and I do have new tire and tube for the front anyway.) Thanks in advance!