About 1500 miles or so ago I had my forks serviced by a Custom Builder shop. When I got the bike back, I noticed that my tires didn't track will in a grooved patch of road. I attributed it to new tires (Metzlers). Three days ago, I go a front end wobble from stoplight to about 30 mph. I did the fall away test and my front tire went right and then stopped at center. I added grease and adjusted fall away to right, left, partial right and stop. Now I get a little wobble around 20 -30 mph. My question is will the bearings get to the point where the wobble will go away, or do I need to replace them? (I do not want to if I do not have to.) BTW, I was riding on the interstate yesterday at about 75 mph and the rear end started to wobble noticeably. I said to myself - well I guess I do need to change the bearings. Turned out to be a rear flat tire. I rode for about a half a mile after the initial wobble at around 50 mph. I pulled over when I smelled rubber burning. As the tow truck driver said - stuff happens. There was about a 3 inch slice in my rear tire. My compressor and tire repair kit were of no help.