davidebeard at comcast.net
Thu Aug 14 17:51:45 PDT 2008
I can think of two things that would cause this. First, a worn, cupped
or under inflated front tire. Second, dry or overtightened neck
bearings. My guess would be the second. If the neck bearings are
adjusted too tight, you will have a very hard time making a smooth turn
and will tend to wobble through it. Not really noticeable at higher speeds.
If wobble is not caused by front end, maybe a seriously out of round
rear tire might cause a problem like that. I've never seen that happen,
but I suppose it's possible.I would try loosening the adjusting nut on
the fork stem just a tad first and see if that helps.
David & Lisa Mulhollen wrote:
> I've cleaned the carbs and lubed the cables, which fixed the throttle response problem. I've notice I'm getting a kind of wobble going around corners. I've shook the swing arm, but it seemed tight. Would faulty forks cause this wave like feeling while cornering?
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