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I have come up with a rattle sound when downshifting into 3rd gear can you give me some idea of what has come loose on my roadliner

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Realy cant dieanose something that this. You will have to take it for a ride and see if you can figure out where the noise is coming from. Is it in the Trans? Or in the exhaust? Or in the body and frame?
good luck.

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