The most common cause of Nibble is wheel imbalance, low tire pressure, or a damaged rim. This can be easily assessed by properly inflating and checking the tires, wheels, and wheel balance. Other common reasons are brake pulsation, and worn or loose driveline, suspension, or steering components. Occasionally and rarely, one will find foreign material stuck in tire's tread causing vibration (e.g. road tar in summer).
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