they may have fitted non-standard pads with more clearance between the ends of the pads and the caliper shoulder.
If you look at the rear of the caliper, as the calipers mount on the fork, there are two rectangular holes there, with the brake pads visible.
In the upper one there should be a stainless plate with a small arrow on it. This is the anti-rattle plate, which (if fitted correctly) should prevent this clunking.
Shazaam, i think he means when he pulls the clutch in while moving the bike is quieter, and that's when he hears the clunking?
I drop it down to wear and tear.Really? Every set of rotors I have ever seen with the riveted buttons are tight and don't make noise.
Yeah, I've never run across that. The only time I've heard rotors make noise is when they are full floating.I drop it down to wear and tear.
Left and right movement is one thing.
Movement forward and back - with the rotation or against the rotation of the wheel - is concerning for me.
Sometimes you'll hear a 'clunk' or metallic rattle over bumps for instance.