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Vibration? when i lease the handel bar, my front wheel shake Why?

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Check your front wheel for wornout wheel bearings, and wornout tires.
Have a wheel balancing check, so that the tire wear will be balanced.
Uneven tire wear signifies an unbalanced wheel. Get this done, and observe the difference. Send us your comments thru e-mail.

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Your tire is wearing out/scalloped..run you hand over the tire from on side to the other does it have a wavy pattern to it..buy a new tire... this has happened to me and it can get dangerous....seriously i put off buying the front tire because i felt it still had some life left in it, but i was heading down a road that i wasn't too familiar with and hit a rut going 65 it caused the front end to come up a little and when it came back down... it put me into the biggest Tank Slapper i"ve ever been in... it was so bad that i released the bars to get ready to go down and instantly the steering returned to normal after the bike slowed to about 40mph...the first time this happen to me i didn't even know what it was, same tire of course, but months earlier ..i popped a wheelie by accident in second gear and when it came back down i though i must have broke a bearing or something a little tank slapper. So be careful!

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