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My fix was the following...
All Balls Racing Steering Bearing Kit
Progression Suspension Front Spring Kit
Do these upgrades and you'll be one happy rider.
Bt45 on the front. Solved it all.Just changing fron Dunlops to Bridgestone's COMPLETELY solved the issue for me. :shrug:
Same here!Just changing fron Dunlops to Bridgestone's COMPLETELY solved the issue for me. :shrug:
I have installed Dyna Beads and this has helped with the cupping of the tires.
If you take your hand and feel your front tire for roundness it should be perfect round side to side and forward and backwards. If you feel a flat spot or ridge that's part or all of your problem.I am experiencing a front end wobble at low speeds between 35 and 40 MPH. I have taken the bike to MAP Mid America Power and Clarenc the head mechanic for Goldwings told me this is a problem associated with Goldwings, and not to take my hands off the handlebars. I find that as a not so satisfactory answer.
Does anyone have a solution?
Why would anyone take their hands off below 40mph? The wobble is not there if your hands or one hand is on. Is not a safety issue if you take your hands off at a slow speed? Just ride and enjoy the bike. Hands on--- no wobble.
That is the one upgrade that I have done.The classic front end wobble showed up on my '10 at around 9,000 miles and continued with new tires. It was cured by the installation of All Balls tapered stem bearings. The tapered bearings may have allowed tightening the stem bearing clearance but the bike steered lighter and handles better with the All Balls as well even if the torque setting was increased.