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Old 05-04-2009, 09:05 PM   #1
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Suspension squeak??

my suspension squeaks in the back pretty bad. What is this from? Is it the loads of wheelin and muddin? It started mainly after I added the 3 in suspension stacked on my body lift. Any help?
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Old 05-04-2009, 09:11 PM   #2
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Wash the springs with a presure washer at a car wash. get all the dirt out of them.
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Wash the springs with a presure washer at a car wash. get all the dirt out of them.
Alright I'll try that out.
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Old 05-05-2009, 02:12 PM   #4
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Alright I'll try that out.
then...after that....spray them down with a good dry moly lube.......it repelss dirt and crap, so it may keep them a bit cleaner. its always good to pressure wash them after mudding tho.
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my suspension squeaks in the back pretty bad. What is this from? Is it the loads of wheelin and muddin? It started mainly after I added the 3 in suspension stacked on my body lift. Any help?

my truck starting sqeaking in the rear last week. i sprayed the contact points on the rear leaf springs down with some penatrating lube and 20 minutes later it was all better
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my truck starting sqeaking in the rear last week. i sprayed the contact points on the rear leaf springs down with some penatrating lube and 20 minutes later it was all better
What is an example of penatrating lube?
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Mine has been doing this for awhile do ya'll think its maybe because the bushing are worn out?
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Mine has been doing this for awhile do ya'll think its maybe because the bushing are worn out?
more than likely just some dirt in the leaves.... I like to get them flexed on some ramps then spray em.
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more than likely just some dirt in the leaves.... I like to get them flexed on some ramps then spray em.
just tried it with white lithium grease


it stopped...mostly, ill get it good on the weekend
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more than likely just some dirt in the leaves.... I like to get them flexed on some ramps then spray em.
Thats a dam good idea!
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Thats a dam good idea!
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