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new vibration through right footpeg

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Murray:
When asking a question bike year and model is always handy. :)

yackee:

--- Quote from: Murray on October 03, 2022, 06:18:07 PM ---When asking a question bike year and model is always handy. :)

--- End quote ---

Sorry, indeed I forgot that. 1976 t3, I believe original u-joint, but if replaced, at 25k miles or so.  Has about 50k miles.

Huzo:
Well the difinitive test is to ride along and when you detect the vibration, change gear. If the vibration stays the same, itís from the gearbox output shaft or further back..(the shaft rpm stays the same if you have not altered speed, even though the revs have..).
If it does alter with rpm, then itís the input shaft or forward.

moto-uno:
 I'm with all the others, that through personal experience would be tempted to suggest you
get at that cardan joint (U-joint) asap . There is no roadside repair for that :( . Peter

guzzisteve:
The next step is feeling it spinning through the peg.

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