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How do I fix wobbly tires on my

Front tires seem to wobble when hitting bumps in the rd

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Bad races, bent frame, brakes pulling, rubber wasted, out of round, unbalanced etc. etc... are some major reasons behind wobbling of wheels surely there would be any one out of these. You should inspect it first...

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Have the front end and suspension checked for worn out parts and repair then do a wheel alignment. if its a defective tire replace.

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