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I had a low speed wobble after my rally and riding 2500 in four days it is gone. O guess I beatthe bike into submission
 

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Low speed wobble

When you experienced a low speed wobble were you hands free? I experienced this an found that a replacement neck bearing ( all balls) fixed the problem. It won't get better. Just remember to have the new bearing checked again after about 6000 miles just normal wear! My 2 cents! Keep the rubber on the road!
 

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When you experienced a low speed wobble were you hands free? I experienced this an found that a replacement neck bearing ( all balls) fixed the problem. It won't get better. Just remember to have the new bearing checked again after about 6000 miles just normal wear! My 2 cents! Keep the rubber on the road!
I get it too (at low speed and hands free)...is it a "bearing" issue? I was thinking of changing tires 'cause someone suggested "cupping" was a factor.
 

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I get it too (at low speed and hands free)...is it a "bearing" issue? I was thinking of changing tires 'cause someone suggested "cupping" was a factor.
Yep, to both! Get the alls balls installed and go Darkside, with a Runflat rear car tire. No more wobble! :lol:
 

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That's the way to do it!:thumbup:
 

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I get it too (at low speed and hands free)...is it a "bearing" issue? I was thinking of changing tires 'cause someone suggested "cupping" was a factor.

No.

Best Wishes :popcorn::popcorn::popcorn::popcorn::popcorn:
 

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the wobble was when I was hands free which is not often.

I find that saddle time tightens the nut behind the handle bars....the bike just seems to behave so much better.
You are probley correct there. :bow:
 
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