Must be loosing my mind since I thought I had already posted this but couldn't find it. So here it is now. Haven't been able to ride the bike much since I put it back together, due to having some work come in and also my front brake was a pain to bleed properly. However I did take it down the road today at lunch. After doing my vertical alignment it does seem to ride a little straighter when I take my hands off the bars. However here is my current confusion. My bike has ALWAYS had a front end wobble IF I let go of the bars. However while holding onto the bars I have ridden many hundreds of miles at different speeds up to 85 mph and never once had any kind of wobble or weave on curves, straight whatever, riding single or 2up. But if I let go of the bars, a wobble begins. Now before I set my Vertical Alignment I could not let go of the bars very long so the wobble never had a chance to get going. But today going about 40mph with the throttle friction holding, I let go of the bars and after about 2 seconds or so the wobble started, and steadily started to get worse so that I grabbed the bars for fear of it getting too violent. All of the below was done BEFORE I took it for a ride. I moved the engine brace bout 3/16 inch left while doing my vertical alignment, so to be on the safe side I loosened both rear and front motor mount bolts and (while sitting on the lift) cranked the engine for bout 5 or 6 seconds and rev'd it a few times to let the tension equalize before I torqued the mount bolts back down. The Vertical alignment is literally dead on (Back disc matches front disc). The bikes rear alignment is dead on (has been for some time). The bike's front motor mount is only about 8 months old (put it on myself and shimmed the preload out of it). The tire pressue is good. I have checked my fall away twice since I had the bike, the last time being only a couple of weeks ago. It's total fall away distance is right on 4 inches. So I'm thinking (even though 4 inches is within fall away specs) I need to try tightening the star nut some more. And if that doesn't work I need to replace my steering head bearings. The bike only has close to 16,000 miles. I did a google search and found several hits on a forum that I don't even belong to, they said these items in no certain order. What was so interesting about each one is they all said after they corrected the item, then the problem went away. Tire or wheel Front end loose or bad bearing Tube distance above top tree different on each tube Tree pinch bolts loose. Fork tube oil old with air, or not heavy enough. Oh and not to forget the answer the HD tech gave ' don't ride with no hands '