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From: keith clements
Remote Name: 192.168.1.1
Date: 08 Jul 2003
Welcome, I am not a Bradford owner, but I guess Bradfords are used to Yorkshire lanes and do not like straight roads. But seriously, first I would check steering geometry including track both front and rear, camber and castor just in case something is bent, tyre pressures would be next, then the steering box for wear just on the dead ahead position, of course check play in track rod ends, wheel bearings. I doubt if radials would help on a Bradford but if you have not driven crossplies before then what you have may well be normal. Jups and Javelins can benefit from radials.
Try driving some else's Braddie.