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The front right tire is making a scrapping nosie the the tire is rotating. I pull the tire off but was unable to rotate it because the brake is lock. Any thing i should do.

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Try loosening the adjuster, a brake pad could have come off and is scraping the hub, if you can't adjust it take off hub and look for damage

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