My WR has been parked up for 3 years before I got it, and it's got a few faults that I'm sorting out one at a time. It's done 400 mile now, and I noticed, when I was lifting it out of a bog at the weekend that when I took all the weight off the back end, there was a 'clunk'? from the shocker. On the M/X stand at home (with the back end off the floor), I lifted the rear wheel and the compression seemed good, but when I let go, it dropped and I got the 'clunk' again. I stuck a prybar in the linkage with someone holding the back end, but no free-play at all. Adjusting the re-bound doesn't get rid of it either. I'm going to strip the linkage anyway to pack it with grease at the w/end, but has anyone else come across this noise on a WRF with this low milage before? It covered the same terrain as three KTM's and a 08 WRF at the same or faster speeds (120miles, much of that ballistic) without, apart from the noise, any other suspension worries.