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1966 inline6 200 clicking sound when slowng down

I have noticed when i slow down to a stop sign I hear a sound that seems to go with the wheels- like a clicking sound. I thought it might be the bearings but they were good. I even thought i might have a rock in the tire but no luck. I have drum brakes and thought it might be somthing with the system -- it drives me crazy/ I also checked my u-joint and no problems there// 66 mustand inline 6 200
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I have noticed when i slow down to a stop sign I hear a sound that seems to go with the wheels- like a clicking sound. I thought it might be the bearings but they were good. I even thought i might have a rock in the tire but no luck. I have drum brakes and thought it might be somthing with the system -- it drives me crazy/ I also checked my u-joint and no problems there// 66 mustand inline 6 200
Hi,

If you are running hub caps, remove them and re-road.
Just a thought (from experience).
God Luck!

Ken
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333 cu.in, dual Webers, CI cam, TW heads,TRI-Ys, 3.55 rear, T5z, TCP susp., real leather seating
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thanks, they are pretty snug but I like the idea and will try tommorrow - thanks-
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