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a good rant but unfortunately you didn't read what web page you are on
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Did you line up the dot on tire with the valve stem ? if not break tire down and line up bal dot and re bal. If it is taking alot of weight try relocating tire on wheel until you find a better bal position that dont require alot of weight.
I have had new tires cause wobble , spin tire on bike and check for wobble in new tire.
Depending on the model you have the gwl 10 and 11 have a bal sw located under the console the sw may be engaging causing your problem. ( maybe corroded or shorted ) Or in later and current models they also have bal/shock struts on each side, one of the four maybe worn causing your unit to go out of bal.
easier on lift if not ramps on ground chalk wheel use stands once all belts are off remove center bolt on bottom crank pulley install crank pulley remover you may have to remove outer part of split pulley thread three puller bolts into bal there should be holes for this snug all three tight install adapter into center where main bolt came out thread tool against adapter as you tighten in the bal pulls out once out replace timing case seal at bottom of cover lightly apply grease or lithium on inside of seal put new bal alighn on keyway install reinstall tool slowly with air ratchet or impact gun reinstall slowly the grease on seal will stop seal from dry start up once bal all the way in install center bolt outer pulley if taken off belts etc