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I've just recently noticed that while driving on paved roads my LF tire and wheel wobble slightly while driving so I had my wife drive and observed from the passenger seat same thing on the right front is this normal,I've always had my side nets on until now and I guess now I look at the tires more anyone noticed theirs doing this and yes these are the xrs beadlocks.help!!


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It could just be the tires but I'll say the hubs aren't the strongest parts. I've put a couple on mine although mine lives a little more difficult life than others
 

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Prolly those junk ass tie rods.
 

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A. Reed, so this is what happened I was riding in deep snow a week ago and hit a big rock with my left front tire I think I just glanced off of it but ever sense that I've been worried I thought I might've bent my wheel because I could see a slight wobble on the left front so I moved my left front tire to my right front and vice versa and the left front is still wobbling slightly but I look at the right front from the passenger side and it does the same any ideas


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Slack in your steering rack maybe. Mine did that. Had to replace steering rack. Hopefully it's something else!
 

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Let me also say that I run 32 inch tires and have a lifted machine. Those two factors have a lot to do with why my rack gave out so fast.
 

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Yeah I doubt it's the rack I only have 200 miles and 17 hours on the machine of mostly trail riding


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A. Reed, so this is what happened I was riding in deep snow a week ago and hit a big rock with my left front tire I think I just glanced off of it but ever sense that I've been worried I thought I might've bent my wheel because I could see a slight wobble on the left front so I moved my left front tire to my right front and vice versa and the left front is still wobbling slightly but I look at the right front from the passenger side and it does the same any ideas


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If the brakes feel the same is probably the wheel, if you can feel a difference in the brakes like it takes more pedal travel to engage the brakes you probably bent the hub. Bending the hub isn't a big deal and it's a pretty easy fix. Also it's a good bit less than the cost of a wheel.
 

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Wheel weights,I think I may be missing some front weights it seems like I had one front and one rear tire balanced before but now that I looked at the front tires I noticed I don't have weights on either front tire now


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