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Honda cbr1000f front end wobble with clunking noise

I have a front end wobble with a clunking noise,i have checked the bearings and they seem to be ok

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Have you checked the neck bearings? The brake calipers? and the pads?

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the problem is the fall away is out of adjustment i had the same problem take it to harley dealer to have it adjusted

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Tom Diffin

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SOURCE: frount end woddle/weave springer 30 - 40

check the wheel alignment front and rear a little out of alignment and a lot of wobble

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yoik head bearings (stering head bearings)

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SOURCE: problem with a wobble from front end of my pan

check the wheel bearings then the rim for runout when its spun !
Cheers Rob

Posted on Aug 15, 2009


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SOURCE: gs750 1978 front end juddering

most tyres would have a weight on the rims if they were balanced its very rear they dont, but check the head bearings first,,,but my money is on that new tyer being out of balance

Posted on Mar 14, 2010

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