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At low speed the steering will pull heavily to right or left when turning. Is this normal with the steed?

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Yes, if you've ridden a Harley, you will find the steering much different than a **** rocket, your center of gravity & the weight of this bike will require you to turn left to turn right at higher speeds, & the opposite at low speeds.

Posted on Sep 24, 2009

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Make sure you get your wheels balanced
that will also let you know if you have a bent rim
you may need an alignment which you can only get from a good motorcycle shop good luck

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