sometimes i hear clicking and it's the crank arm hitting the cable end of 
the front derailer. that's probably not it but it's worth a check. 

On Thursday, August 25, 2016 at 2:55:38 PM UTC-7, Jay in Tel Aviv wrote:
>
> Requesting the help of you wise list members to stop the clicking from the 
> rear wheel of my Sam Hillborne.
>
> The wheel is an Eno hub expertly laced to an A23 rim by Anthony of 
> Longleaf. Still round and true after 2 years of commuting 60-100 miles/week.
>
> The clicking happens once I hit a certain speed but regardless of whether 
> I am sitting or standing (rule out the saddle and seatpost), pedaling or 
> coasting (rule out chain, crank, freewheel).
>
> Sheldon says it must be coming from loose spokes. But the each pair of 
> same side spokes emit the same tone when plucked, and the wheel is 
> otherwise perfect.
>
> I brought it to my LBS who also says the spokes are not to blame, and 
> wants me to replace the hub bearings.
>
> Is this a reasonable guess? The hubs spin beautifully but the clicking is 
> driving me nuts.
>
> What say you wise ones?
>
> Jay in TLV, where it is not at all simple to procure the common in the US 
> sealed bearings specified by WI, so I would like to be fairly sure before 
> ripping my hubs apart
>
>

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