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I have 2007 model pulsar 150 bike, i have driven the bike for more the 45000 KM and now say (after 35000+ KM ) there is lot of wobbling in the handle when the bike speed crosses 50 kmph. I am still riding the bike with the same tyre & tube fitted by the company at the time of buying the bike. And another problem I notice is that, there is some kind of banking noise being heard at the handle cone assembly, when the bike is passed over small potholes on the road. And apart from the above problems, I am really satisfied with the performance of the bike. So, please suggest me a solution.

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First change the fork cone set for banking problem, next check front and back wheel bearings

(sprocket bearing as well) for wobbling and then stay bush next back wheel damper rubber . Sure this will resolve .

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