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Clicking noise after doing front end brakes

(1990 Ford F-150)
in Provo, UT on October 31, 2011
I just redid my front end and its been making a clicking sound ever since only when im rolling, sounds kinda like one of those Chinese spinning rattlers, it has the manual locking hubs, and im not sure whrere its coming from cause it only happens when im going 15mph+,

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Jack up and support the vehicle properly. Spin the front wheels one at a time and see if you can determine which side the noise is coming from.If you can determine which side the noise is coming from remove that wheel and look for a "witness mark" what ever is rubbing has probably left a mark. Look for a sign of rubbing on the brake dust shield behind the rotor and make sure the brake shims and anti rattle hardware are all fitted correctly.
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on November 19, 2011
haha it would help if both the locking hubs where set to "free" instead of one locked and one "free LOL but thanks for the tip man
on March 02, 2015
I had that problem, I discovered that the pegs that weren't driven in deep enough
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