it's not normal. in my experience, there's two things that cause it:
1. incorrect bolt torque process.
2. corrosion on the disk/wheel/hub interface.
got to clean everything up, assemble with a very little smear of
antiseize, and torque the bolts to factory spec with a 2 or more stage
process with a 1-3-2-4 sequence.
this may not work if the disks have already been skimmed, but it's
worked for me on 3 different hondas now.
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