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Unread 7th September 2017, 07:09 AM
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Here's hoping that you're right, Skep!

Sounds plausible, but what a strange thing! I have never even heard of such a thing happening in my long life ...
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Unread 7th September 2017, 07:23 AM
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haha cheers

Yeah I wouldnt have thought up something like that but atm no clicking so positive signs so far.... at least its not my cv's which is good...
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Fingers crossed ...
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That would make sense. Even simply taking the wheel off & putting it back on again could fix it if the wheel wasn't sitting properly. I know the wheels are hubcentric & should always align properly every time, but that's only if they've been done up with the proper nut cross tightening sequence. Ie, 1 3 5 2 4
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I think the crunching/clicking noise was brake related but caused by the wheel as it sounded like rolling a a crinkled can on the road, if the noise was coming directly from the wheel it would have sounded different... just have to follow the trail back to the source
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