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Old 02-12-19, 22:36
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Default shimmysorber

I was stripping out those incinerated axle assemblies over the weekend and noticed the attempt to damp the steering

Welded on huge chunks of steel and add a “shimmysorber”

The inertia weight of the steel attachment would have either helped or once the shimmy started would have made it worse

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cheers rod
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