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Got a weird nosie coming from the front sprocket wen the sprocket is turned.. could this be the sprocket bearing ?

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A bad bearing is a possibility alright. Also check the chain. is it free or does it want to kink up? Is it rubbing anywhere on the side case or side case cover? Remover the cover to check. Has mud built up around the sprocket shaft?

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