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I have a 1999 super black bird i have a problem with the steering when i decelerate and let go of the grips it shakes a lot when the bike is loaded with luggage when touring there is no visable sign of tyre wear nor movement in any bearings any ideas what to look for

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There are a number of reasons this could be happening, including loose bearings in steering head, swingarm, or wheels. But the most common fix is a tire change in the front. Unless removing your hands from the bars while decelerating is important to you I suggest you just live with it. Many, many people have chased the source of this on hundreds of different bikes and never have found it.

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