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    Default Front Stableizer

    Hey all, I noticed when hitting bumps or at certain speeds, the front will shake on the RSV-Hannigan Trike.
    Does anyone have a Front Stableizer on there RSV Trike?
    If so where to buy? Thank You, Later-
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    Default Re: Front Stableizer

    Will shake at slow speeds, its the nature of the beast. I havent seen a hannigan rsv with a stabilizer. I know when I rode Jonseys Hannigan Wing it did the same thing. If you find a solution I would really like to hear about it.

    Craig

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    Default Re: Front Stableizer

    Thank You Craig!
    Yesturday road a friends 2019 Harley Tri-glide, had very little if any shaking over bumps or various speeds. Would be great to eliminate the shake on the RSV, have to do a bit of ingenuity, but maybe. Later-
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    Default Re: Front Stableizer

    Check your steering head bearings . If they are set loose the front end will shack. You can set them on the tighter side because it is 3 wheels and does not lean any.ore. my 86 tri-wing kit did the same thing and i tightened up the steering head bearing and help very much. Give it a try. Good luck
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    Default Re: Front Stableizer

    Quote Originally Posted by bikenut View Post
    Check your steering head bearings . If they are set loose the front end will shack. You can set them on the tighter side because it is 3 wheels and does not lean any.ore. my 86 tri-wing kit did the same thing and i tightened up the steering head bearing and help very much. Give it a try. Good luck
    Thank You Keith, I will check and tighten the front end. Later-
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