vibrations 80 km/h


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chisco
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vibrations 80 km/h

Post by chisco » Mon Aug 07, 2017 11:56 am



Or good delay I am an owner of a goldwing on 1500 of the year 96, idiot 97000 km, am of españa have discovered some time ago this forun he looks like to me the professional mas, I have a doubt stupid any certain vibration in the motorcycle walked (worked) there, are 80 or 90 kph, despues of to change the universal joint it it(he,she) rolls, only I can only ask coMb stupid can know all safety(security) which the failure(judgement) comes provoked by U-Joint Universal Thank you are you all



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Erdeniz Umman
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Re: vibrations 80 km/h

Post by Erdeniz Umman » Mon Aug 07, 2017 4:52 pm

If I understand correctly;

Most probably the tires are out of balance. Take the tires out to a tire shop to check the balance of them. When the tires get older and older the balance of them may go bad.

In my opinion, if the U Joint was bad, you would hear a metallic noise in that area like this.



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Re: vibrations 80 km/h

Post by WingAdmin » Wed Aug 30, 2017 8:19 pm

When the U joint is the cause of the vibration, you will feel it in the footpegs more than anywhere else.

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