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My front wheel on 1988 honda crb 600 .wheel making loud noise, it s sound like metal rubbing. Please help me

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  • keviinjojo4 Jan 05, 2009

    Thanks, Benimur , I lwill do that hopefully its work

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If that doesn't do anything, I would then check your wheel bearings. There are sites out there that show you how to repack them. Good luck

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Hi and welcome to FixYa,

Initially, check/replace all your front brake pads.

Good luck and Thank you for using FixYa.

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When I take off in first gear every single time then there is a clicking sound that almost sounds like the chain is getting caught on something. It does not hold back from excelerating although the noise...


Thanks for the inquiry!
From your information I can't tell if this is a off-road bike or a street bike. With the extended swing arm I'm suspecting off-road. In either case it's very much same issues. You have two issues and we will deal with them separately.
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