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Heavy ticking noise in right front end

I have just replace the 4 tires on my 2005 Mazda 3 and now a week later,when driving at about 40kms, I hear a ticking sound and feel it as well, in the right front end. It increases with speed. Any ideas what this might be?

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Check your lug nuts that they are all tight!
You should always double check when you change are rotate tires. at least once the next week. Could also be a hubcap.

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