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  • Originally posted by 633Squadron View Post
    Just a thought, Ian. You might want to get the wheels and tyres checked over, one of the tyres could be out-of-round, i.e. egg-shaped. This could cause the vibration that you describe and it could get worse the faster you go. Normally, you can 'drive through' an unbalanced wheel, as the resonant frequency changes with speed. An out-of-round tyre wouldn't behave the same, you wouldn't be able to drive through it, even though the wheel is balanced.
    I'll do that after we've changed the other one just so we know its not another piston sticking slightly
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    • Originally posted by BigIan88 View Post

      I'll do that after we've changed the other one just so we know its not another piston sticking slightly
      That has plan written all over it. Good choice!
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        • Originally posted by DoubleTop View Post
          cunning
          I see what you did there.
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