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Hard to drive jumps all over like on a groved road aie presure good stearing head ok, wheal bearings seam ok also (broken or crack in frame???)

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Check the Pivot point for the rear tire. the hinge area that allows the rear forks to move up and down

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I have a 2006 chevy 1500 when i put it in four wheel drive the front end makes noise and has wheel hop at speeds over ten miles per hour


A 4 WD.is not meant to drive in four wheal drive unless on slippery surface like mud, ice, etc. the front drive wont slip like an AWD and will cause a bind if the wheals don't slip to take out the built up torque. This can damage the front lock hubs. Try it off road and see if it still dose it.

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2008 street glide rear wheel wobble


Hi Anonymous, and the usual suspects are:
1. Improperly loaded motorcycle. Non standard equipment on the front end such asheavy radio receivers, extra lightning equipment or luggage tends to cause unstable handling.
2. Incorrect air suspension pressure.
3. Damaged tire(s) or improper front-rear tire combination
4. Irregular or peaked front tire tread wear.
5. Incorrect tire pressure.
6. Shock absorber not functioning normally.
7. Loose wheel axle nuts.
8. Excessive wheel hub bearing play.
9. Improper vehicle alignment.
10.Steering head bearings improperly adjusted.
11. Tire and wheel unbalanced.
12. Rims and tires out of round or eccentric with hub.
13. Rims and tires out-of-true sideways.
14. Shock absorber improperly adjusted.
15. Worn engine stabilizer links.
16. Damaged rear engine isolation mounts.
17. Swing arm pivot shaft nut improperly tightened or assembled.
Good luck and have nice day

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I am going hiking in a wilderness area. I want to use mjy garmin 255wt to get back to the trail head in case I get lost. I know that I can save my location before heading out, but what then?


OK, you know how to save your trailhead by touching your vehicle icon and saving the location. At this point you can also select GoTo to provide routing. Your standard 255WT database is for driving, so it is not going to have your trails or terrain data, but you can go to the settings, route options, and select direct rather than on-roads and it will draw a straight line to your trailhead. It is still a good idea to carry a compass & map with you, but you can get a good idea of which way you are going by walking and seeing where you are headed relavent to your course line. I like using the display set to "Track-up" for off-road, so the top of the display is the direction I am going. Some people prefer North Up, but that is disorienting for me.

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My 2007 BMW K1200 GT starts shimy the front wheel above 160 km/h, and gets worst when I step of the trotlle. I heard that's a problem on the Telelever joints. Can you help me?I know that the rim is ok.


it could be the head race bearings a bit pitted or dry jack the bike up till the frount wheel is off the ground and turn the stearing from lock to lock if its ***** its the head race bearings worn out,,,also try pulling the forks back and frow any twist in them is fork bushes worn out and any twist in them is the stearing joints
also have the frount wheel balanced,,dont just take it for granted it is right,,it may not be?
good luck mike,t

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My 2003 Honda CRV vibrates every once in a while when holding a steady speed (around 40)and on straight, level road. If I take my foot off the accel, it stops. Almost feels like it is going over speed...


well i would check tires balance and i would check drive line some time the center suport bearing gos out will make car vibrates hope this helps

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Wat happens if ur power stearing gear box is going


It isn't the power steering box. You have some worn or broken components in your front end. I would only drive it to a garage to get it onto a lift.

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My explorer shakes at driving of high speed


Something out-of-balance somewhere. Start with the tires, check the wheels, then have the driveshaft balance checked. Do any off-roading?

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