6 slightly loose spokes in rear wheel. under 1x turn (loose ones only) to take the wiggle out.
rear wheel weight (3oz stick-on) getting loose. cut it off, built a wheel holder and rebalanced. took 4oz, in the same spot.
that seems alot for a small wheel. 13-14" car tires generally take less than that.
the ideal way is to do balancing is on just the rim, mark it, then install the tire's heavy side opposite the rim's heavy side. use less weights that way. for my truck, i have a spare front hub with no grease and no seal, lubed with light oil , mounted to a bar which i put in the vice and balance all my rims and tires on that. the rims are numbered and marked re their balance, and i selected the two truest rims for the front end. 31/10/15's and it's worked out well. down to 1/4 oz. to hell with paying for that !
the rear bike rim had a runout of about 1/16" side to side.
the front tire had an existing 1oz weight on a spoke. it took another 3oz in the same spot. again, seems like a lot.
the front rim had a runout of about 1/32" side to side and over 1/16" up and down. i can see that as i drive but it's never seemed to be an issue. big luggy tire under 60mph.
both actuating shafts for the brakes were dry, and the rear was just starting to stick. removed, cleaned, greased.
cleaned shaft seal at speedo gear, greased gear and seal, removed speedo cable, which was getting dry, and lubed with chainlube.
speaking of potential wheel lock-ups, the long rear sprocket bolts have always seemed to me like trouble in a chain derailment situation, as the chain could fit in under them. ideally one would have a rubber or cast flange that fitted over or under the bolts. instead, after checking bolt torque, i oiled the area and then packed the area with construction adhesive which sets up fairly hard.
which turned out to be a clunky hack but it only cost about a buck so i'll go with it for the moment. maybe some black paint. hides a multitude of sins.
installed new shoes, reassembled everything, thanked the deities in advance for my 4 hour road trip for tommorrow...