wheel wobble

wheel wobble

n
(Automotive Engineering) an oscillation of the front wheels of a vehicle caused by a defect in the steering gear, unbalanced wheels, etc
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The cart that resulted has twice the strength and durability as the steel cart, is less prone to problems like wheel wobble, and is 100% recyclable.
And if the disc is not perfectly smooth, the uneven spots will push back against the pads and make the brake pedal pulse, and/or make the steering wheel wobble.
Check for steering wheel wobble and wander (photo, top right).
In other words, when you go over a bump you can see the windscreen shake and feel the steering wheel wobble in your hands, but not so badly that it makes it unpleasant to drive or the car weave all over the place.
NHave front wheels and tyres re-balanced if there are signs of vibration, wheel wobble or patchy tyre wear.
Witnesses then described seeing a 'tank slap' on the Suzuki - when a bike's front wheel wobbles from side to side violently.
The simple, no-pedal design allows toddlers to learn to ride on two wheels, avoiding tricycle tip-overs and training wheel wobbles, and instilling considerable confidence and stellar bike handling skills sure to last a lifetime.
Conversely, if just one South African wheel wobbles, then punters will experience two Christmases in four weeks.