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Old 07-24-05, 09:10 AM   #1
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I have a new Norco VPS A-Line and it tends to creak with more and more use. First it was the fork, then the rear shock, and now the seat! Is there any way to reduce this? Or perhaps stop it all together? The everything on the fork is good and snug, Im going to check the rear today, but it's brand new!?

----Alright.. just a follow up... found a zip tie that was touching the frame, making a clicking noise every time the rear shock compressed and depressed. Then, the seat post was barely touching the rear shock when I sat on the bike, so I raised it a 1/8 of an inch and no more noise . Bike is nice and quiet now besides an occasional click from the fork...

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