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Just bought an 835 pump foerarm loose and wobbles is that normal ita a 12 gauge mag


assume this is a Mossberg. All pump shotgun forearms wobble from side to side and feel loose. As long as it functions properly (loads and ejects shells), nothing is wrong.

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I have a wobbling back end seat leon 1.9 tdi 2008 plate


wobbling from the rear end can be from worn suspension rubbers in the control arms. Normally it is from belt separation in the tyres and bulges in the side walls
I take it that it is a front wheel drive with no diff action at the rear.
another point may be that the rear brakes are grabbing ( out of round drums or warped discs) that is causing the vehicle to react as if the rear is loose.

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The handle bar on our mutsy is wobbly, have tried to tighten screws on the top of bar but makes no difference. Please help!


The harware on the top of the handle bar are rivets, there is no way to really tighten these. It is possible that there is a broken mechanism in the handle bar causing it be loose. The only solution for that is replacing the handle bar. If you need assistance getting a replacement part please email me directily at monica@kastelinternational.com

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I am looking at buy a 1999 rt 1100, it has 'cupping' on the front tire, what causes this?


If you run low tire pressure you can get cupping on the sides of the tires. Tire pressure needs to be checked regularly and kept at the recommended pressure or above.
Another cause of tire cupping can be bad or loose steering head bearings. Loose bearings will cause the wheel to wobble when decelerating just like low tire pressure. It can sometimes be detected just by turning the handle bar from side to side. If it feels like the steering wants to lock in the driving straight position or you feel ripples or bumps while you turn the bar from side to side you need new steering head bearings and races.

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Excessive wobble in handlebars almost losing it


Why in the world are you riding with the bars wobbling?!? Get your bike to a Honda shop right now!

Is it the bars or the whole bike that is wobbling? You could have loose spokes in your wheels, the bike could be out of balance, the bar tree may be coming loose...right now this bike is an accident waiting to happen...take it to a shop NOW!

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The handle is loose and wobbles


Pry out the red / blue plastic piece in the front and tighten with an ALLEN wrench.

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The handle vibrates while running at speed of about 60 kmph


If the vibration is an up down type(as apposed to a wobble of the bars) check the front tyre for out of round or have the front wheel balance checked. If it is a wobble check the steering head bearings arn't too loose. Also kheck that your engine mounting bolts arn't loose.
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regards Andrew Porrelli

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yoik head bearings (stering head bearings)

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