NOT the basic principle obviously.
No, what i want to know is...
The excentric adjusters, how 'clever' are they? Do they change the angle of the triples as well as the offset from the stem, or do they just rely on everything flexing a little with the forks through them?
Have i explained myself????
Imagine the fork as stock. Everthing aligned. OK. Now I want to steepen the head angle so I 'offset' the top triple. Now the top triple and the bottom triple are not aligned. The front is a little more 'forward' than the bottom.
Are they still perfectly parallel? Or have both angled slightly so the forks aren't forced to go from the top to the bottom????
If you still don't understand, tell me and I'll write this again when I'm straight