Discussion in 'Wheels' started by rocko7381, Jul 26, 2007.
I've moved this question to another area on the board.
Front end geometry can be tricky at times. If you kick out the front end too much you end up with a poor handling bike that could be very dangerous to ride. That particular bike has 29 deg. to start with and you increased that 3 more which shouldn't be in a danger zone as far as over extended. You also went 1 1/2 inches longer too. The combination added to the origional rake may not be a good combination for that bike.
I would check over the bearings in the neck and wheel for starters before going any further. You may find that the neck bearings are loose and that will cause what you have here. I would also check the tolerences on the stock neck beaings and races if you used new bearings with the new front end with the old races.
Aside from that, take a look here and maybe you can get an idea of why you have the shaking going on.
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