FWIW trebor, for sand work, I reckon the money invested would go better on a 21 inch front wheel,MMM have thought about it as lot of sand in Perth.WER make one that goes underneath steering head and goes fwd over guard.That looks bit weird to me that one
So was your bike a stock setup and did the wobble get dangerous? I had my bike ~95 but on a fairly smooth road in Nevada. It was steady although that was a little fast for long runs as a naked bike.Yes, I was on Southbound I-65 going through Indiana at 100+. The road is so full of bumps from Semi-Trucks that it will jar your filling out!
I have to agree with Ken in that the tank isn't the place for the damper to be anchored to, I've had steering dampers on all my Ducati's so far but the scrambler doesn't seem to have any place to firmly install a steering damper to.I'm a firm believer in steering dampers. It's always a great insurance policy. It only takes one hard tank slapper to get tossed off a bike at speed. I've tried to come up with a nice clean looking no welding required damper mount and came up empty. Everything to mount to is plastic. The tank only has 2 bolts that hold it in at the back. I love the idea but the tank would need to be reinforced for that to work long term without a cracked tank mount.