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Old 05-05-2017, 06:59 PM   #1
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Wobbling in Front end 2010 Tiffin Allegro Bus

I have noticed that when I run over a certain type of road I get a wobbling in front end in right tire and sometimes the left. I have to slow down so it straightens itself out. It acts like a loose tie rod. The coach only has 24,370 miles. Can anyone help with this. I had new tires put on about six months ago. This has happened twice now.
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You could have a bad ball joint. With the engine shut off get under it and have some one rock the steering back and forth you should be able to see it.
I would say to look for flat spots on the edge of both front tires,but you said low miles.'
Hope that helps.
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If it never happened before the new tires were put on, I would strongly suspect the installation. Most likely, they were not balanced or improperly balanced, or the rims were not installed properly but let's hope that's not the case
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I have noticed that when I run over a certain type of road I get a wobbling in front end in right tire and sometimes the left. I have to slow down so it straightens itself out. It acts like a loose tie rod. The coach only has 24,370 miles. Can anyone help with this. I had new tires put on about six months ago. This has happened twice now.
We have a Bus, smooth and steady. What kind of steer tires did you put on ?
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