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Steering head bearings may produce a click or pop sound if they become loose, indicating movement of the forks relative to the frame.  This may also cause an uneasy feeling in the handling of the bike.  The bearings may need to be tightened (castle nut beneath the upper triple clamp).
 
Steering head bearings may produce a click or pop sound if they become loose, indicating movement of the forks relative to the frame.  This may also cause an uneasy feeling in the handling of the bike.  The bearings may need to be tightened (castle nut beneath the upper triple clamp).
  
===[[Tire Noise|Tires]]===
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===Tires===
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Tires make noise when their pressure is low or when wearing thin.
  
 
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