Anyone experiencing front wheel wobble at high speeds? Dixie Chopper wants to blame it on worn bearings, bent fork, terrain, loose bearings. This is a new mower and really don't see this as a reason. I believe like another guy on this site that the wheel doesn't set back far enough from the center point of the bearing. It's a design flaw. I'm sure Dixie Chopper does not want to re-tool the whole factory just to solve this problem. They want to call themselves the fastest lawnmower yet the frame doesn't support high speed. Sure, no one mows full throttle most of the time. There are times when you have a large area to mow with minimum amount of grass and lots of weeds and you want to get done. Does anyone else have different type mowers that do this? What about the Hustler Super Z? It's is a fast mower.