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I have a 2019 Ranger 900XP Crew that I bought used with only 48 miles on it. The previous owner had a turf mode delete added to it, but that's the only modification that has been done.

I'm now at about 235 miles, but since I got it home, I've noticed a clicking noise that comes from the rear end when coasting to a stop (and it only happens, I'd say, 10% of the time). It usually get 3-5 clicks that sound very similar to the noise you get when the clutch engages on take-off. Other than the aggravation of sounding like it's about to fall apart when it happens, everything else seems to be in fine working order.

I just want to know if this is something that's common or not. Is it just the nature of the beast? Or did I get sold a lemon thats about to have some problems? Anybody have any thoughts?

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Probably brake pads.
Common occurrence.
There is an adjustment on the calipers for that.
Hex screw. Run it in until the slack is gone and back it out maybe 3/4 turn, I don't remember the exact spec.
 

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Probably brake pads.
Common occurrence.
There is an adjustment on the calipers for that.
Hex screw. Run it in until the slack is gone and back it out maybe 3/4 turn, I don't remember the exact spec.
Thanks, Rockit! I'll check that out. Definitely makes me feel a little better.
 
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