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When moving off from start up winding clunk from front end only lasts a couple of seconds.

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RAISE THE FRONT END OF THE MOTOR CYCLE JUST OF THE GROUND AND SEE IF THE WHEEL IS FREE TURNING IF IT FELLS TIGHT IT COULD BE A BEARING PROBLEM OR A BINDING BRAKE.SAFE RIDDING

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