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Yet another confusing little problem. lol. I had two new fromt tyres fitted the other day and since then I've noticed a amount of vibration through the steering wheel. It was only a little at first but seems to be getting steadily worse. I've checked all the wheel nuts and they are all nice and tight. The vibration is worse at speed, the steering wheel seems to going 'left, right, left, right but only slightly if you know what I mean. The problem was not there b4 new tyres fitted and the tracking and rear camber were all done last week at Protyre.

Does anyone know what my be causing this plz ???

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Yet another confusing little problem. lol. I had two new fromt tyres fitted the other day and since then I've noticed a amount of vibration through the steering wheel. It was only a little at first but seems to be getting steadily worse. I've checked all the wheel nuts and they are all nice and tight. The vibration is worse at speed, the steering wheel seems to going 'left, right, left, right but only slightly if you know what I mean. The problem was not there b4 new tyres fitted and the tracking and rear camber were all done last week at Protyre.

Does anyone know what my be causing this plz ???

 

This is deffo the balancing i had the tracking/rear camber done at protyre and my wheels balanced at save on tyres last week then went on a 350 mile journey only to have major vibrations throught the steering wheel between 50 and 120 mph, I had the front wheels re-balanced when i got back and they were only 5 grams out from perfect, went for a spin and it was perfect, like driving a new car. :dance: . Hope you get it sorted mate. Jay

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