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Having noises from passenger wheel my bf hit a curb and now it sounds funny he replaced the bent rim and the brakes and the wheels but it still makes the same noise

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He may have bent the backing plate on inner side of wheel,tell him to remove that wheel and look at the metal plate behind the brakes,try spinning the wheel this will tell him where he needs to bend that plate back out. with a straight screwdriver, insert inbetween the brake rotor and push that backing plate away fro the brake rotor. this should take care of the scraping noise. thank you for choosing fixya.com please rate my solution if i've been of service,thanks

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