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      07-20-2011, 07:41 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by ianc View Post
Some people theorized that it was actually the roundel inserts in the wheels that were making the clicking noise. Sounds plausible to me, but I never took the trouble to remove them to test,

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whatever it was for me, it's gone now. all they did was swap out my wheels with stock rims and tires to see if the clicking was still there. it wasn't. so it was definitely something on the wheels or tires. don't think it was the roundels because they didnt touch them at all. they also checked the brakes because they were squeaking and they could have opened them up and re-screwed/re-torqued them. It wasn't anything in the suspension so it wasn't anything "dangerous" i don't think. so either the rims, the tires, or the brakes..
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