Thanks for the comment, Boss. I've seen that video by SK at least 3 billion times, now, and each time I've watched it, the tyre wobble is something that I've noticed, too. The funny thing is, that there is absolutely NO wobble at all, which can be felt whilst driving. Today, on my return from City Saddar Road, I actually gave the beast a good thrashing on tarmac at high speeds. And there's absolutely nothing that can be discerned in terms of unintended lateral movement of the wheels. Admittedly, there is a GREAT deal of play in the steering wheel, which MAY have something to do with it...but if you point the Phantom in a straight line and floor the pedal it moves absolutely arrow-straight, without the slightest deviation from the desired path. As far as the steering rods are concerned, at the time of the build I got all of these replaced. The issue of death wobble was also addressed, and AFTER that, we installed steering stabilizers, too. So...exactly WHY there was that wobble of the tyres in the video, has me slightly mystified! But your point is valid: it would be a wise move to get it re-checked, and a bit of further deliberation on ensuring it behaves would also be a smart move. Thanks for the advice You're absolutely right about the mudguards rubbing, though. The bump stops do need adjustment, and longer shackles up front would also do it a world of good (the rear shackles are already longer ones). Cheers.