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At 60 miles per hr or more my motor cycle wants to vibrate the wheel is true, the rim is not out of round, the tire pressure is correct. What else do you think it could be? Thanks

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Also check wheel bearings
brake disks
unusual lumps or feathering of the tyres
loose engine mounts
swing arm bolts

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8. Excessive wheel hub bearing play.
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