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The front brake on our 2006 Suzuki C50 seems to be rubbing the front tire in one place. It's not enough to slow the tire, but when we put it on jack and turn front wheel, we can hear it rubbing. Is

Front brake sounds like it is rubbing on front wheel - in one spot. On a jack, it doesn't seem to slow the wheel or anything that bad, but makes a rubbing noise in one spot.

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Disc/rotor is warped in one spot, doesn't sound extreme...if it's buggin' you have it turned at a motorcycle shop, otherwise just ride my friend, it's not dangerous....Tim

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