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Coaster wheels under the seat riding rough

Abcoaster....coaster wheels under the seat riding rough.draging & clicking while sliding up & down.wearing out the poliurathane-wheels

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I think you will have to replace the wheels. the clicking noise in the bearing in the wheels are failing. make sure to lithium grease the track the wheels ride on this protect the new wheels and make the machine move smoother

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