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I have discover 125cc, red color. my back wheel (mg. alloy wheel) creates too much of noise, this is the 5th bearing that i changed within 2 months. everytime it goes beyond 60 kmph, the bearing goes off/out and starts creating too much noise like a heavy truck does. what should i do?

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Make sure the brake is not binding and the bearing has plenty of grease.
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