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Clicking from the tires is usally due to one of two things. First, check to see that the nuts holding the wheel onto the axle are tight by removing the plastic cover and tightening them as hard as you can. Drive and see if it quit clicking. If not, check the air in the tires; they should be kept at the stated range on the tire. If they are foam-filled, flat-free tires, these can often click when the tire chages against the wheel. It doesn't affect the safety of the scooter but can be annoying. Spraying some WD-40 around the rims inside and out will often clear it up. If not, you'll need to pull the tire and tighten the 4 bolts that hold the split-rims together.
Posted on Oct 09, 2009
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