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Rear end wiggils more than my oldladys

Need to see how the soft tail is built

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    Dick May 11, 2010

    What do you mean? Harley does not allow their parts microfiche online, if you need to see a drawing your best bet is a Clymers or Haynes manual.

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If the axle is bolted tight and adjusters are solid I would check the wheel spokes. Loose spokes can make for a really squirrely ride.I assume your bike has spokes as opposed to solid wheels.

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