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The motor on our brand new Revo 3 Wheel makes a ticking noise about every revolution of the wheels. This is our second Revo, the company exchanged the first one due to the same problem that they could not fix. Everyone says it sounds like the bushings. Can you help with advice on how to fix this without going back to Manufacturer a second time. Trent Moore

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    Robin Hill Mar 10, 2013

    hi, it can be that the main worm gear is worn or if it's new badly engineered, I do recommend putting in some grease around the main Worn gear and the spindle that connects to the motor regards GeWiz

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This is a bushing problem in the transfer case. I've had several of these units with the same noise for several years now. I too have complained to a point where it is now white noise. Just like accepting the rattling noise in my Ford. One thing that will exasperate the noise is increasing the weight on the vehicle.

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    This is a bushing problem in the transfer case. I've had several of these units with the
    same noise for several years now. I too have complained to a point where it is now white noise. Just like accepting the rattling noise in my Ford.
    One thing that will exasperate the noise
    is increasing the weight on the vehicle.

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Trent I had this with another scooter and it turned out to be a cut or piece missing from one of the tires. Check all the tires carefully for any little defect or gouge. If you find something fishy take a piece of tape and cove the defect and the drive the scooter and see if you still hear the ticking sound. If that doesn't help block the rear of the scooter off the floor and have your wife run it slowly carefully listen to both rear tires to see if you can find the one making noise. If you can't hear the noise block up the front tires spin them to listen for the sound you are hearing. Hope this helps and let me know what you find Good Luck

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