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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 03-16-2007, 03:57 PM Thread Starter
 
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Bike feels likes its vibrating, shakey and unsettling

Ok I really think the guy who balanced my new tires put too much weight on my marchesinis. I have this annoying vibration all over and up and down feeling from the rear now. the bike isnt as tight as it used to be in the corners now. I dont feel 1005 confident on it like i did before. I have gone over all the nuts, bolts etc... myself and cannot find anything out of the ordinary. Could it be these weights? i've never had weights on these rims before. I also am really feeling the bumps in the orad now too way more than i used to, i become airborne sometimes if its a big enough elevation change. I havent touched my supsension since i had it set-up for me. so i know it was nice a smooth before.
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I can't believe nobody responded to this!

First off were the tires the only new addition or did you just get the wheels too? Also did you change tire type? Have you hit any large pot holes lately? First check the tire pressure. I would definitely have the wheels and tires balanced again. Try to think of anything that has changed with the bike. I would start with the tires seeing as this was the latest change. But like I said the tire pressure can make the bike feel different.

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new tires, same rims. i looked earlier and saw that my rear wheel was cocked about 1/8 of a inch to one side and i have gilles chain adjusters! maybe i wasnt paying attention? I am hoping this fixes the problem, i'll have to wait for better weather to find out.
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