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Creaky bus

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1 Creaky bus on 20/9/2012, 10:59 pm

dicky mint

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Not squeaky like Robs.
Sounds like worn out brake pads rubbing. Not that though as the pads and shoes are very recent.
Had it off the floor and spun the wheels, no noise or play in the bearings.
Pretty sure it's from the rear.
If I describe it as sounding like a fooked brake pad catching on a warped disc.
Any ideas?
Many thanks smile

2 Re: Creaky bus on 22/9/2012, 12:11 am

paddy

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Creaky like a door hinge or a floorboard ?

Or grindy like a brake shoe down to the metal ?

3 Re: Creaky bus on 22/9/2012, 7:56 am

dicky mint

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Like knackerd pads really. All the pads and shoes are only a few months old.
Had a drive round last night and think its front n/s. I'll strip it down tomorrow and look again. All seemed well there when I looked.
Wheel bearing perhaps? No play or noise when jacked up though :\

4 Re: Creaky bus on 22/9/2012, 10:52 am

Toastie

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modmin
Is the back plate rubing ? Could you ove bent it in song the wheels , try bending them out a bit , spect you can without taking the wheels off


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