Question about Trek 3900
The noise from the rear disk is from a small amount of dirt lodged in the brake pad. it will clear soon and the noise will go away. You may want to check the alignment of the brakes... google "shimano disk brake alignment" then click "images" to see how.
If the tyre is not leaking any more then the repair is ok, if the tyre goes flat, you should change the tube.
Posted on Apr 04, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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