I need help! I've dealt with the left front tire dribbling at speeds between 55 and 59 ever since I got my Jaloy on the road, about 5 years ago. I've tried every thing I can think of to cure this. I've had my tires balanced, rebalance, and checked again, at different tire centers. I've swapped the tires around several times, swapped brake drums side to side, crossed my fingers, threw salt over my shoulder, and banged my head against the wall, all to no avail. I've checked brake drum runout, .017 on left, .018 on right, which seems excessive to me but the right side runs smooth, left side bounces. I checked wobble, .008 right and left measured just outside the bolt circle. Thought maybe the shock on the left was bad so took off both front shocks, no change in driveability or change the dribbling of the left tire. I had set the caster when building this at 5 degrees, changed it to 6 then 7 degrees with no noticable effect. One thing I can't, or at least don't know how to, change is the camber, I have 0 degrees on the left and -2 degrees on the right. I think this may account for the over steer I get, mostly on right hand corners, but dont know if this can contribute to the bounce. I'm running the original '29 Model A axle and springs, minus one leaf, and replaced the original cross member with a 1 1/2 inch drop one. Anyone have an idea of what I am missing here?