Try rotating the tires. If it still shimmies have a tire shop check your
wheels and see if they're true. You've done everything else.
1964 Spitfire4 Mk1
From: William Hofmann <email@example.com>
To: 'firstname.lastname@example.org' <email@example.com>
Date: Tuesday, April 21, 1998 10:48 AM
Has anyone exeperienced the following...
I puchased a '73 TR6 and at 60 MPH the front end shimmys so...
I replace the rubber rack & pinion mount bushings with the solid aluminium
ones and it still shimmys so...
I balance and align the front end and it still shimmys so...
I repack the front wheel bearings and it still shimmys so..
I replace all the bushings on the front end, install new tie rod ends, new
trunions(sp?) , lower ball joints and shocks and the &*^%$%&^ thing still
I am running out of things to replace. Anyone got an idea?