Took my 02 Road King in for 2500 mile service yesterday. I mentioned the front brake scrubbing sound. The tech showed me that the 7/16" hole in the front axle was partly covered by the fork leg clamp. He said the forks needed alignment, and that would lessen the brake noise. Well, the noise is worse, scrubbing a little more than before, and now there is a squealing when brakes are applied. The right rotor was a good bit hotter than the left when I got home, so I assume it is the culprit. I read the section in my shop manual about putting a 7/16" drill bit through the axle hole and then clamping the fork down. What should I do now? Would removing the caliper and pressing the pads in a bit allow them to reseat and stop the noise? Should I put the axle back like it was? I hate to take it back to the dealer and have them mess with it more. I am worried that the right rotor is getting too hot. HELP!!