I am going to be a smart ass and say just ride it 49mph..But seriously is it a wobble or a weave?
Don't trust the dealers, they may have just adjusted the cheap original bearings. Go with the AllBalls bearings and do it yourself or have some friend help you. I did it and completely got rid of the wobble. If I did it, believe me you can too:cheers:I had a dealer do my bearings, I put on new tires and inflated to 38/40 and I changed my shock bushings to the green poly's and I still have the wobble. It's not as bad as it was before but I still have it and I figure I always will have it.
what bearingsI had a dealer do my bearings, I put on new tires and inflated to 38/40 and I changed my shock bushings to the green poly's and I still have the wobble. It's not as bad as it was before but I still have it and I figure I always will have it.
Sixgun - A short while after replacing mine the wobble returned, although not as bad. I had to tighten them down a bit more due to seating or something. It's been a good while since then without any wobble.I had the neck bearings changed over to the All Balls just like everyone else. I have no reason to doubt the dealer didn't change them. I got the original bearing in my hand, that's not to say it wasn't them, but again, I have no reason to suspect they didn't change them. The old bearings looked fine except that they look like they belong on a bicycle.
The spokes were not checked when new rubber was installed.
I have an 03 1800rc and have a slight wobble, decel from approx 50-40.... so not always the roller bearings....Have to ask, did you have a stealer replace the bearings?? If so and you didn't specify the roller bearings used in the 1800 I bet they only tightened or replaced with the same ball bearings. Also try 40 in the front and have you replaced the shock bushings; if not with 20,000 they are totally shot and will cause wobble.