Question on the fork stem removal. If you have a telescopic fork, the stem is pretty easy to get to on the lower triple tree. Just flip it upside down. How do you accurately remove and replace a stem in say a springer or leaf spring front end? With the fork itself sticking up past the lower triple tree, hard as hell to bolt down or put in a mill? Had a friend that did it with a drill and messed up the fork, so that seems out? Any helpfull hits from somebody that has done it? It is a early 1924 Indian scout front end that the stem is really messed up (unfixable) and i want to replace it with a 1 inch stem. Frame (1924 also) has been modified to use a 1 inch stem. Any suggestions for stem replacement? Thanks?