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I use a paddock stand. It is so usefull for working on any bike. Keeps the bike upright and stable.

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Front wheel shakes bad

Hi,food for thought,have you checked that the wheele bearing is not worn(put bike on centre stand hold wheele on tyre 6 clock and pull with one hand and push with other hand)and see if you can feel eney play in the bearing,if so replace,also with bike still on back wheele spine wheele and see if it pins freely and that the discs are not warped,if not then if there is a fork brace check that it is tight ,check that the head racers are not loose or worn,with bike still on centre stand hold weele with one hand and front brake with other hand push and pull with wheele strate towards and away from bike and feel for play if there is try tightening,if not,then turn front forks left and right still holding the forks and wheele in same place do this slowly and when the wheele gose past the centre piont(strate)feel for eney notchy ness,if not bearing should be ok,if there is notchy ness replace,if its none of these I would get the wheele rechecked that it was balanced right,all the best hope you get to the bottom of the problem.

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Sounds like the bearing is going bad again. The "oil " you're looking at is wheel bearing grease leaking out. If the bearing was bad in new condition or it was installed improperly you will have to replace it again. I would take it back to the dealer that installed it in the first place and complain. Of course that depends on the amount of time it has been since the work was done.

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2002 BMW 1150rt. Oil leaking from rear wheel studs and from the centre of the wheel rim, only if left on side stand, OiLarge oil seal was replaced together with wheel bearings and after about 5000ks...

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On a 2007 SLK 200, turning the steering wheel for a 90 degree turn, after standing say overnight, the steering wheel shows off centre. Soon after, the steering wheel " self repairs" back to normal. Ca

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Removal of the rack and pinion is not too difficult.

Place the car on chassis stands on flat hard standing or in a garage.
Remove the front wheels.
Centre the steering and tie the steering wheel in place.
Remove the tie rod ends. You can either buy a tool to do this but a simple way it to loosen the nut without removing it and giving the steering knuckle a sharp crack with a hammer. This should loosen the tie rod end and the nut can be fully removed.
Loosen the fitting holding the rack to the steering wheel.
Remove the pipes to the steering fluid reservoir.
Remove the brackets holding the rack to the body.
You can now pull it out.

Fitting the new one is the reversal. However, before you connect it to the steering wheel, you need to make sure it is in the centre position.
Refill the steering fluid, start the engine and swing the steering from left to right to remove air. Put your wheels back on, Make sure that your wheels ar both pointing in a straight line.
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Sounds like the clutch is sticking. You may be able to free it off. Bike on centre stand, rear wheel off the ground, run engine, front brake hard on, pull in clutch and put in gear. Apply rear brake. May work,may not. Be careful to keep rear wheel off the ground.

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