Question about 2002 Suzuki VL 800 Volusia
Front wheel shakes at any speed. I cannot let go of the handlebar or else my the front of my bike will shake like crazy. Anyone know what the problem could be?
Tire off-balance? Was either of the tires serviced/replaced prior to this issue surfacing? The back tire could be misaligned to, I would definitely check to make sure both are aligned properly and also are balanced. It could be the suspension too but you would more than likely notice some issues with turns and braking if that was the culprit.
Posted on Nov 21, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
ok you loosen then 2 bolts on the bottom of each fork tube then remover the brake from the wheel. Make sure the bike is well sopported and then remove the axle bolt that hold the rim on and it will drop out.
Posted on Apr 28, 2009
Lift the front wheel, use jack or put something under the exhaust. Loosen the front wheel nut and pull out the bolt. Pull out the speedometer cap. Pull out the wheel. Now you got your front wheel off your bike. The rear wheel is harder to handle. You can bring the wheel to bike workshop or you can do it yourself provided that you got all the tools.
Posted on May 25, 2009
By carefully studying the lighting system on my bike I was able to determine how to remove the light bar by removing two alan bolts on the underside of the light bar and in between the forks. Once the light bar was removed I was able to gain access to the philips screw which holds the signal light on the bar. After removing that screw I traced the wiring back to the head light where I noticed that the head light itself needed to be removed in order to gain access to the wiring inside the headlight assembly. Once inside I was able to unplug the two wires which lead to the signal light and then pull them through the light bar and remove the broken signal light. Replacing the new signal light was simply a matter of reversing the process.
Thanks for getting back to me though. By taking the time to study the situation, I learned more about my bike.
Posted on Aug 16, 2009
You need to check the trueness of the rim, The front Axel my be bent. One of the fork tube may be bent. Fork tube oil in one of the tubes may be low. The neck bearings my need replaced or tightened.
Posted on Sep 30, 2009
SOURCE: Rattling noise
I know this may sound lame but I had a similar rattle and it was the catch on the fuel lid.
I put a little rubber on the tounge of the lock and now it is quiet.
Posted on Jun 12, 2010
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