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Old 01-25-2013, 07:16 AM
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Ok so I have a theory.... lemme try this on you guys

I hear about this death wobble with bigger tires/levels, etc. Is there such thing as a minor/subtle "death wobble"? Or maybe it starts gradually? This is why...

I notice if I'm on a smooth patch of highway...she rides pretty darn good...even at the speeds I'm usually getting this "shake" at. The thing is...the highway near me, esp now that is cold...is so sloppy. But as soon as I hit a bump or a gap, it seems to start shaking again.

Most people that report death wobble, it occurs after hitting an expansion gap or some large bump in the road that triggers it. So could I be experiencing a less drastic form of "death wobble"? And I guess if this is possible...any remedies?
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