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Tighten your steering head bearings a schoosh. With the bike on the center stand, put weight on the rear to lift the front wheel off the deck. The steering should not flop to either side. It should slowly turn to one side or the other with a touch to get it off center. If it flops quickly to the side, the bearings are too loose and you are at risk of a tank slapper. Very bad thing, it can wreck your bike and even kill you. Tighten a little at a time until the steering does not flop to the side. If you are running a sidecar this is especially critical and you should also have a steering damper. I adjust mine to no flop and I can take my hand off the bars at cruising speed. Then I install the steering damper for insurance.
What condition is the front tire?
Small lock 750�s rarely have any grease in their steering head bearings. At this point they�re almost certainly cactus. This may not be the sole cause of your problem but it�s likely a contributor.Pete
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