Now I know what your thinking, get the wheels balanced and get it the tracking done...
Now I've tryed that infact i spent £50 on 4 wheel balancing and 4 wheel alignment.
Now the thing is its speradic, sometimes it will occur at 60mph and sometimes at 70mph, its a little bit more verociuos than unbalanced wheel wobble. The steering also becomes dodgy...almost like im aqua planning.
Also, when applying throttle at say 40-50 mph I can feel the sterring pull to one side ever so slightly.
Now I have just replaced my OEM coupe springs with 30mm shorter springs. Koni I think..
I did the fitting and did everything back up good an proper...
I must admit this also did not happen with the smaller 16" OEM alloys the car had previous to the now 18" alloys.
Could I be looking at track rods? worn bushes?
Any ideas folks i'm almost at my wits end with this car.
And last of all I will mention this...now when I fitted the suspension I was a silly sod and only did one of the wheels up finger tight when I finished left front I think. Drove down the road and about half a mile down the road the car started vibrating like crazy, I got worried and limped back home, did no more than 20mph on the way back. Got home and did them back up with the old torque wrench. I have noticed if I'm honest its happened ever since then.
Could the nature of the wheel being loose and me driving on it for a preiod of time done something to the hub/disk/barrings?
Cheers in advance guys!