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I was cleaning up the wing yesterday and while cleaning the rear wheel I notice a growl in the drum area when I would roll it backward. Now when I rolled it forward no growl, or no noise when I rolled it backward fast. Does anyone have any idea what I'm hearing??

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It maybe the disc pad is worn to the metal and it hasn't been noticed up to now. Did you check the oil level in your rear drive?
 

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I get a growl from the rear when I give it hard throttle riding 2 up. Its followed by a jab to the ribs. :D

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Definitely check your diff. oil level. Top it up while on the centerstand, and don't try to "cheat" a little extra oil in there for good measure -

. . . it will burp out the breather when it warms up, and make a mess of your wheel.

Don't ask. :)
 
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