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    Fork removal

    I an dismantling a 1969 Benelli “El Diablo” 250 for restoration. I’m having trouble getting the forks off. I have removed the top nut, the bolts that go through the top clamp and the pinch bolts on the fork legs. I’ve used a rubber mallet to drive out the center stud, nothing has moved. Is there a process or procedure I need to follow?
    i’ve attached photo’s of the frame and a close up of the forks.Fork removal-14b9d396-1707-4f7d-aa3a-c4816ad6abe3.jpegFork removal-008714e9-2040-465c-91d6-1ab6909b3735.jpeg

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    Had the same trouble with my tornado 650, take off top yoke first.
    when i was young i was very indecisive,now im older im not so sure.

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