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uncle boomer

11-26-2009 05:21:19




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My dad is having a problem with the front end shaking, or wobbling. How can this be stopped what is envolved . Thanks for any advise.




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Sid

11-26-2009 17:07:34




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 Re: WD 45 in reply to uncle boomer, 11-26-2009 05:21:19  
This is not a "fix", just a relief of the symptoms. Experiment with less air pressure in front tires. A bout 7 lbs less helped mine.



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Bill(Wis)

11-26-2009 13:54:07




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 Re: WD 45 in reply to uncle boomer, 11-26-2009 05:21:19  
You'll see a big set screw with a locknut on the lower end of the front of the tower. Right dead center between the wheels down low. That set screw is designed to apply pressure on a key in bottom end of the vertical spindle. It's possible that by tightening that set bolt you can solve the problem but after all those years I'd suggest taking a look at the key from the bottom. Just remove one front wheel and you can get to the whole thing. A kid could figure it all out in about three minutes. Key is probably worn. Hopefully it hasn't worn out the slot too much.

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uncle boomer

11-26-2009 07:21:21




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 Re: WD 45 in reply to uncle boomer, 11-26-2009 05:21:19  
It is a narrow front.



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JMS/.MN

11-26-2009 07:45:43




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 Re: WD 45 in reply to uncle boomer, 11-26-2009 07:21:21  
Don"t forget the bearing at the bottom of the spindle. It"s had 50 years of hammering in a small range of motion- it tends to get "scalloped" with wear. Can disconnect the axle casting at the bottom of the pedestal, pull the spindle out the top, and check the bearing at the bottom. Replace the bearing and the race, which is scalloped. Drives worse on hard-surface roads, right?



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uncle boomer

11-26-2009 16:29:23




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 Re: WD 45 in reply to JMS/.MN, 11-26-2009 07:45:43  
If you go full throttle down the road it starts until you slow down.



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BushogPapa

11-26-2009 06:54:00




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 Re: WD 45 in reply to uncle boomer, 11-26-2009 05:21:19  
1st, check the front wheel bearings for proper adjustment. Running the right front tire 5 lbs lower air pressure can help reduce wobble..

Is this a NF or wide front..? Adjust all pivots or replace badly worn parts. Is there plenty oil/grease in the steering box..?



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