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Old 12-01-06, 12:12 PM   #1
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Loud clicking in the rear wheel

Hey all. I was wondering if I could get some input into a potential problem I've noticed with my Bonrager Race X Lite wheels and DT hub. I just got a Trek 5200 that came with these and I've noticed that when the rear wheel is free-running, there is a rather loud clicking sound. I had been under the assumption that this clicking sound should be relatively quiet (such that when riding on a road, one can barely hear it).

Could it be broken bearings? Or is it simply an eccentricity of the DT hub?
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its music. its normal.
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Its normal. For some reason newer/more expensive freehubs are very loud.
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The more expensive the more loud.
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