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Right turn rattling, rubbing noise problem; '04 K1200LT

I have a similar rattling, rubbing noise problem that zizi_tripo reported whenever I turn right. I've found that the rear brake disc is loose. It looks like that I"ll have to remove the rear tire to get at it, but, before I take on this effort, I'd like to know if there's precautions and advise upon this endeavor. Can anyone help me out?

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Hey rember to use thread locker and torque the fastners in a criss cross pattern hope this helps please give me a rateing

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