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Steering wheel shakes at 75 kms . tyres are new and have been balanced 3 times. have had a mechanic check and found play in wheel bearing to stub , and sticky needle bearings on king pins. awaiting on parts for replacement . could it be anything else?

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Check the steering joints, wheel hub bearing worn or in the hub there is two big nut check the iner one if it is loose.after dont forget to lock nut with washer.
change swevel bearing it has two bearing each side one on top and bottom.
put the grease jop done.

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Thats normal,my Starlet allways does that whenever i break the "Lightbarrier"...around 75 km/s...;)
No, unless it kills the new bearing, then youll know that its the hub or pin thats "off"!
(Assuming that its "new" discs!)

Posted on Oct 16, 2008

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