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Old 07-18-2010, 03:38 PM   #1
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Squeak in the back!!!help me

my back end is squeaking really bad and its so gay..i dont know what is it or how to fix it i tried spraying lube all over the leaf springs and it just doesnt help...Any ideas?
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Old 07-18-2010, 03:43 PM   #2
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probably need to pressure wash your rear springs and may have to pry up on them and spray some good dry moly lube back there on the silencer pads and all between the leafs. dont use stuff like wd40....it attracts dirt/dust.
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probably need to pressure wash your rear springs and may have to pry up on them and spray some good dry moly lube back there on the silencer pads and all between the leafs. dont use stuff like wd40....it attracts dirt/dust.
X2 I've used dry lubes or even lube with teflon in it worked for me
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So it's not the shocks it's the leaf springs. I cleaned them good I just need to buy some good lube. Where can I get some good lube.
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So it's not the shocks it's the leaf springs. I cleaned them good I just need to buy some good lube. Where can I get some good lube.
autozone/pep boys/advanced...tractor supply...they all carry some different stuff.
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My leafs were squeeking and they were cracjed right where the ubolt is
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Mine squeak at all 4 wrap points everytime I wheel or every 2 weeks which ever comes first. The solution is to have CLEAN leaf springs (presure wash the crap out of them). When dry, I spray Liquid Wrench silicon lube on and in the 4 wrap points on the leaf springs. By the time I get to where I am going or come back if I just let it sit the springs dont squeak. Its not the leaves, the shocks, or the U bolts... its the wraps that squeak on my truck (2010 DC 4x4) and all 4 squeaked after the first time I got em muddy/dirty. Lubing any other area does nothing for me. Just the wraps.
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That's what I kinda thought I'll try that
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Old 07-18-2010, 04:51 PM   #9
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Mine did the same thing so i got some white grease and pryed the springs apart so far so good.
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Im trying white lithium spray grease to see if it lasts longer than liquid wrench silicon lube. Its only $3 a can at Oreillys
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