Kinda annoyed.. I put a brand new wheel, wheel bearing and tire on the deuce about a month ago. After only 300 miles I have a ticking sound coming from the rear wheel. I can hear it over my pipes so I know it's loud. Between 10 and 30 miles an hour it almost sounds like someone dropping pebbles on to my lower belt guard. The frequency of the sound is not uniform but appears to be random. I considered the possibility that I had debris somewhere around the rear pulley that may have been bouncing around between the upper and lower belt guards. If I tap the belt God with a Phillips head it makes a very similar sound. I installed this wheel by the book belt deflection is to spec. axle assembly went in just fine and a sports to spec at 60 ft/lbs. The bearing was installed in the wheel by a very competent individual.. Today I loosen my belt from the recommended 3/8 inch deflection do about three quarter inch deflection with no change. I also decreased my rear axle torque value to 55 lb/ft and the change in sound was only negligible. It is not until I go below 25 ft / lbs that's the sound disappears. Again this rear wheel bearing is a month old with less than 300 miles on it..