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I have a wineing from rear of 2008 tiger1050 could it be chain

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Chain may be too tight...
Wheel bearings may be on the way out...
Rear brake may be sticking

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Various wrenches. A soft brush or old toothbrush. An O-ring friendly chain cleaner (if like most chains yours is of an o-ring type.) O-ring friendly chain lubricant (again, if applicable.) A new cotter pin (when adjusting the chain tension.) Rags (for wiping grime off the chain.) A rubber mallet (optional.) A rear wheel stand (optional.) A tape measure (optional.,,,

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Various wrenches. A soft brush or old toothbrush. An O-ring friendly chain cleaner (if like most chains yours is of an o-ring type.) O-ring friendly chain lubricant (again, if applicable.) A new cotter pin (when adjusting the chain tension.) Rags (for wiping grime off the chain.) A rubber mallet (optional.) A rear wheel stand (optional.) A tape measure (optional.,,,

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