Moving back to the front end, more work was needed to actually get the front wheel to fit between the fork tubes properly. First the 916-998 axle is slightly different than the 848/1098 axle and has a smaller ‘big end’. A used 848 axle and spacers were solved the issue. The right side spacer for the 848 must be used, but the left side does not work. The 998 comes with a cable-driven speedometer, which I’ve removed. To take up the space that the speedometer cable housing did, a new spacer is needed. Motowheels sells a nice little piece. Buy it, it fits. Podium Racing also sells an axle drift, it’s great too. It’s aluminum with a steel bolted insert that you can smack with a plastic hammer to remove and reinstall the front axle.