Have you tried having your tires balanced with the dynamic (maybe, I might
have the wrong term) balancing system, where the tire is actually spun on
the car and balanced at speed? Also, is it possible that your driveshaft is
out of balance?
----- Original Message -----
From: "Stu Graham" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Monday, September 01, 2003 3:29 PM
> I've posted before, but not often. And have regularly received excellent
> advise from Fred and Randall as well as the list. Thanks to all.
> After virtually re-building drag-link including new silent block bushings,
> idler arm, re-balancing and alignment, changing wheels for best up front,
> drive smooth then a noticable vibration at 50 MPH, steady and rough to 60
> then SEEMS to smooth out some. So I am now blocked.
> I am considering wire wheel retrofit, but Fred warns that even with 60
> wheels, this can cause problems down the road. Alternatively the
> replicas from Moss are an option. I would love to stay with the steel
> and Triumph covers (I have two sets of steel - 8 + spare = 9 total), none
> which I have confidence in at this point) but the vibration really is
> Any suggestions? Can the vibration be coming from elsewhere?
> Thanks in advance.
> Stu Graham
> Brunswick, GA
> TS 57892
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