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Zack
PostPosted: Fri May 31, 2013 8:49 am Up
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Wheels balanced 2x now all over

two new anti roll bar links done

Tracking is out could it be this?

Only shakes now and again when i go faster you can sort of feel it but there no wobble its like a dun dun dun hard to explain.

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Driveshafts?
1.4i, 2001, 3-door, China Blue

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Zack
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How would i check them?

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Have you ever curbed it? or previous owner.Check the side walls for bulges and use your fingers if you have to, as like mine they were hard to detect by eye
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kwakzx7r wrote:
Have you ever curbed it? or previous owner.Check the side walls for bulges and use your fingers if you have to, as like mine they were hard to detect by eye

Side walls are all good they are coming to the limit on tread tho.

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Have you got the same tread pattern on both tyres?
Are the tyres marked with a rotation arrow, and if so is it pointing the right way?

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Uz
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Its that s**t spacer setup your running thats causing it.
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Uz wrote:
Its that s**t spacer setup your running thats causing it.

What one 20MM wow

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Zack wrote:
Uz wrote:
Its that s**t spacer setup your running thats causing it.

What one 20MM wow

no. the spacer setup that you drew on some thread. 20mm bolted to another 20mm spacer. But if youve changed it than your bearings are fooked..!

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That drawing was the rear and thats been sorted now.

On the front has always been 20MM plus there is no play in the wheel

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V9977 wrote:
Driveshafts?

How are driveshafts going to cause wheel wobble..? :S

Zack, check your discs..? might be warped.

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Uz wrote:
V9977 wrote:
Driveshafts?

How are driveshafts going to cause wheel wobble..? :S

Zack, check your discs..? might be warped.

Ill have a look tomorrow jack car up put it in gear take wheel off tho yea?

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Zack wrote:
Uz wrote:
V9977 wrote:
Driveshafts?

How are driveshafts going to cause wheel wobble..? :S

Zack, check your discs..? might be warped.

Ill have a look tomorrow jack car up put it in gear take wheel off tho yea?

Cheers

Just jack it up, no need to put it in gear, take wheel off, turn the wheel do the calipers pointing inward and spin the disc so you can see the edge and check if there's and side to side movement.

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Uz wrote:
Zack wrote:
Uz wrote:
V9977 wrote:
Driveshafts?

How are driveshafts going to cause wheel wobble..? :S

Zack, check your discs..? might be warped.

Ill have a look tomorrow jack car up put it in gear take wheel off tho yea?

Cheers

Just jack it up, no need to put it in gear, take wheel off, turn the wheel do the calipers pointing inward and spin the disc so you can see the edge and check if there's and side to side movement.

Ok thanks Smile could it be control arms if not that?

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Zack wrote:
Uz wrote:
Zack wrote:
Uz wrote:
V9977 wrote:
Driveshafts?

How are driveshafts going to cause wheel wobble..? :S

Zack, check your discs..? might be warped.

Ill have a look tomorrow jack car up put it in gear take wheel off tho yea?

Cheers

Just jack it up, no need to put it in gear, take wheel off, turn the wheel do the calipers pointing inward and spin the disc so you can see the edge and check if there's and side to side movement.

Ok thanks Smile could it be control arms if not that?

cheers

Na wouldn't cause wheel wobble. Have you checked the bolts are all done up correct lengths etc. I've had problems in the past with after market wheels and spacers where bolts have been a tad to long, you think you've tightened them up but it's that tiny bit thats causing you to have wheel wobble.

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