I recommend jacking the plane up , then checking for side play. It may be the bushings in the nose strut. If it is normally they can be shimmed. Replacement of the bushings is an expensive option. I recently had a similar problem with my Sierra and solved it with the peelable shim (adjustable thickness). Check the shop manual for the proper procedure. If you have side play in the nose strut a common cause is wear on the bushings. Study the shop manual carefully before disassembly, as this is a relatively easy fix you or your mechanic MUST take the time to find out how much to shim the bushings. I found that I measured 3 or 4 times and used a 50 thou. shim. There are other options and arrangements for the shim that are not listed in the shop manual. Contact me directly to discuss.

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