Re: Front End Shaking

Posted by Joe Cunningham on June 27, 1997 at 15:14:23

In Reply to: Front End Shaking
posted by Joe Cunningham on June 19, 1997 at 18:03:18

: I have a 1931 Tudor which develops severe shaking when driving at low speed. It only happens sometimes, but it seems like the the wheels are coming off. It ends only after I stop. The front end looks tight, except for a little play in the steering box. There is no play in the kingpins or wheel bearings. Any ideas?

Thank you all for your suggestions, but I believe I solved theproblem by adding the 3 missing rear motor mount bolts. Only one bolt was installed. The engine was just sitting on the mounts and I believe due to then configuration of the front end with the radius ball and such, the lack of fastening of the engine to the frame could cause this. I have also corrected the toe-in and even though I have only driven a few miles, the problem has gone away. Thanks again for your help.




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