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When I apply the rear brake pedal, there seems to a little rubbing (but not quite grinding noise) coming from the front brake. it's most noticable a very low speeds (even with motor off). The wheel is smooth. The brakes (both front & rear) work good. But what is that noise? Also, how do I check the front bearings? How & where do i grease the bike? (Where r the grease nipples?) Lots of questions for you. I hope I get lots of good answers! Thank you
To check the wheel bearings you should put the bike on the mainstand and grasp the wheel at 3 and 9 o'clock, then give it a wiggle then do the same at 12 and 6 o'clock. This will show up any play in the bearings. Just an aside- it will help in the future if you ask the question in the correct section and give details of the make and model of the bike.
Posted on Jul 21, 2013
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