So I need some help guys, long story short, some dumb broad turned out in front of me in February and after tens of thousands of dollars, a good stint in the hospital for me, and a few months at Adam Smith Harley for the bike I now have a head shake on decel anywhere between 50 and just below 40. The two YouTube videos are a mild example, it's often worse depending on gear and rate of decel.
The bike has been back to Adam Smith's Texas Harley in Bedford TX more times than I can count since I got it back from the initial repair. New forks new upper and lower triple trees, the lower comes with new bearings, upper does not. New front Dunlop after the wreck, the frame is supposedly not damaged. But the upper bearing, axle, wheel and wheel bearings were not replaced even though the forks were completely folded and the impact was bad enough for the radio to push through the outer fairing. Service dept says "it's a good representation of the brand" that they don't see anything wrong when riding it, and to keep my hands on the bars. They were willing to check swing away said it was in spec, but would snug it up more. The wobble stopped at 40-50, but would weave like it was dodging cones below 20.
After fighting with them for most of the summer, I started throwing parts at it myself. Progressive monotubes up front, 944s in the rear, swapped the dunlops for a new set of metzler 888s. Rechecked everything, had Harley recheck the head adjustment, changed back and forth with stock bars. Everything improved the ride, the wobble got less pronounced, but it's still there and I've had it up to my eyes with Adam Smith. Finally broke down and bought a GoPro, and just dropped the bike off again with video proof of the problem they can't reproduce.
I need ideas. Bike didn't have a problem before the accident, been on a few rentals and demo bikes, and haven't found another Rushmore framed bike with the dreaded Road Glide wobble. What is wrong with my scooter? I'm tired of throwing my hard earned money at the problem and don't want to take the massive loss on a trade in, especially after months on disability recovering. I sure hope y'all can point me in the right direction.