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1974 super beetle roaring noise

Hi, I changed left rear wheel cylinder bleed and ajusted all breaks now i have a roaring sound but only when i let up off gas peddle, did not do this befor, made sure breaks not to tight can't figure out problem please help.
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Make sure the axel nut on the drum is tight.it has to be very very tight. use a big johston bar

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