Rear wheel vibration..Kinetic

Barbara Perkins /
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Recently, I noticed a vibration and slight clicking sound at the rear wheel when the bike is idling on the center stand. It goes away when throttle is applied. There is no vibration when riding. I took the wheel off and examined for metal shavings etc., and found none. I added some gear oil because I noticed a leak at the bushing that engages the peddles. Any feedback would be helpful.

Thanks,

Randy (Barbara's husband, mechanic, flunky)

p.s. Barabara sends her thanks for the carrier info.

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  Rear wheel vibration..KineticTopic by: Barbara Perkins Barbara Perkins 10/02/01 08:59PM
  Re: Rear wheel vibration..KineticRe: Jim C. Jim C. 10/03/01 12:15AM
  Re: Rear wheel vibration..KineticRe: Barbara Perkins Barbara Perkins 10/03/01 03:49PM
  Re: Rear wheel vibration..KineticRe: vern vern 10/03/01 11:26PM
  Re: Rear wheel vibration..KineticRe: Jim C. Jim C. 10/04/01 12:15AM
  Re: Rear wheel vibration..KineticRe: Peggy Peggy 10/09/01 11:16PM

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