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post #21 of 35 Old 11-27-2012, 08:03 AM
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1500 mi bearings not I think, I think pads maybe.
For piece of mind buy a hand press , bearings& seal, follow assembly instructions in manual
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post #22 of 35 Old 11-29-2012, 09:34 PM Thread Starter
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Guys,havent been able to log in here in a couple of days, i was busy at work,driving.
Still havent touch the bike,didnt had time and havent even been home and when you drive 600 milel every day with semi truck, its not very much time left.but i will follow up soon.

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Rode the bike today, i heard the sound again and went out! Than came back again!
Can a bike tire make sound like bad wheel bearing??

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Mine does depending on the road.
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I was wondering if you had addressed the problem...good luck with it, BTW i believe the r6 throttle tube will be my next mod...where did you get yours from?

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It seems like its a bearing mate...Try and get the discs off, take a screwdriver and press its point on the bearings races, hold the other end of the screwdriver to your ear, while you turn the wheel (seriously). If you hear a grinding noise your bearing's shot...good luck!
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Rode the bike today, i heard the sound again and went out! Than came back again!
Can a bike tire make sound like bad wheel bearing??
Is your chain properly adjusted (ie enough slack)? My chain was way too tight after the dealer put new tires and it made a similar noise, it was coming from the shaft that holds the front sprocket. The chain was putting too much tension on it and side loading the bearing.

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Rode the bike today, i heard the sound again and went out! Than came back again!
Can a bike tire make sound like bad wheel bearing??
We had the exact same problem(basing from your description) I replaced my front wheel bearing and its gone. I also thought it was coming from the sprocket. Change you front wheel bearing's youl be good
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Make another vid, but this time when you coast in neutral shut the motor off.


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Thank you all for the reply's! Yes i am planning to do another video but after this cold weather is gone!its -11 wind chill now!! :-))
I will have to remove wheels and check that! I thinks its bearing sound, but from where??
I dont want to chase the problem and spend lots of unnecessary money that i can use on another things!
The chain was degreased and cleaned and lubbed properly!now before this i checked the chain and had great addjustment with in spec and strange thing is that sound came on and got lost i even open helmet vizor a little and shift it in neutral on 40 mph and sound was gone! Then it came back!
What kind of chain tool you guys use to put or remove chain??? I have never done a chain beffore on bike! You think its smart to bring it to a shop for that?? I dont want my chain to fly off on 100 + mph.
I want you to know that i apreciate all the replys and i am learning lots of things and most of things that i know about this bike are from this forum!
And this is my first bike!

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