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    Noisy Brakes

    Just put some new bits on (Hyperform rear shock). Now after getting everything together I'm noticing play in my rear brake disk. Is this normal? I didn't take the rear wheel off or anything.

    #2
    Hyperform shock?
    I wasn't aware there was one.
    I just searched and found Hyperpro shocks... also a surprise.

    Play in the rear disc as in the 4 mounting bolts are loose?

    Is it possible you didn't notice this before?

    I had my rotor bolts loosen on me. You have to take a lot of things off the reach them...

    OR you can cut a 6mm allen wrench back really really short to get it in that tight space.

    If you were looking for a support group you're barking up the wrong tree. This place is fulla enablers dude. - Shooter77us

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      #3
      Yep...Hyperpro, typo. I already tried that with the 6mm and they just spin. I'm guessing a nut on the other side.
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        #4
        You're going to have to remove the rear wheel and hold the nuts!

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        If you were looking for a support group you're barking up the wrong tree. This place is fulla enablers dude. - Shooter77us

        The bitterness of low quality lingers long after the thrill of a low price has gone. - RacerX450

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          #5
          It is difficult to believe the rear disc is not solidly mounted, standard it is bolted on to the hub against 4 fiber washers and after 30 years these disintegrate so the disc is loose, I have bolted one of mine direct to the hub, no fiber washers, the only reason I can see for the fiber washers is to reduce heat transfer.

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            #6
            Originally Posted by yorkshire View Post
            It is difficult to believe the rear disc is not solidly mounted, standard it is bolted on to the hub against 4 fiber washers and after 30 years these disintegrate so the disc is loose, I have bolted one of mine direct to the hub, no fiber washers, the only reason I can see for the fiber washers is to reduce heat transfer.
            this may not be the problem on your bike but it was mine

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              #7
              Originally Posted by ParcNHawk View Post
              You're going to have to remove the rear wheel and hold the nuts!
              This fixed it!

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