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Where can I find an exploded diagram of the rear spindle of my daytona 600, to show me what spacers go where. After having a rear tyre replaced, I now have a knocking sound, but only when using throttle, if I pull clutch in and coast, no problems. Have checked 'crush rubbers'- all ok.

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If it goes away when you pull the clutch in then I would think it something to do with the engine but i could be wrong there. Can you put the bike on a jack and put it in gear and maybe find out what going on. Let me know what you find out. You got me wondering.

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