I have encountered front end damaged EX's several times now and have become familiar with what gets bent and where.
First off, your forks are likely bent. It'll be minor, but they'll bent right below the lower triple. The triples, both upper and lower, usually get bent as well, though it's hard to notice. What will happen is the forks will be replaced but the owner will still wonder why they were hard to install and why the front wheel is still crooked. How this happens is that as the forks are bent and tweaked over, they force the triples to bend with them. Your accident was minor enough you may have gotten away with just a bent lower, but you should still remove it and check for straightness, which is easy to do. For the lower, remove it and set it on a good, flat table and hold one of the clamps flat. If the other clamp does not sit equally flush, it is bent. The upper is a little more annoying as you can't set the whole thing flat against a table, so you'll have to get creative. I'd suggest grabbing a quality sheet of plywood or any other decent cut of wood. notching it to fit the center ignition mount and using that to see how flat it is.
Judging by your video, I'd also say your axle is bent.
Your wheel may be bent as well. That's not hard to determine. Get some tall jack stands, run your new, straight axle through the wheel, rest it on the stands and give it a spin. A bend or flat spot will make itself apparent.
1990 EX500 - 142,000 miles as of August 12th, 2019
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