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ok has anyone else had this problem or is it just me....I noticed sometime ago that I had a little squeak with suspension really was never able to trace it for sure, but now it has become a total annoyance, normally I always have my helmet on but last night going over to friends campsite I didn't and it is just plain not acceptable...Thinking it might be coming from the top of the shock tower.
My question is what would be a good product to use to spray to see if it would help...ride mostly in sand but dirt sometime also..or do I need to replace the bushings have about 1500miles on it now...
Thanks for the help in advance...Barbara
 

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THANKS As LBR was reading my posting a light came on...one of the maintenance schedules not sure of mileage says to grease shock towers now to find my book that has a hiding spot and won't let is know where it is
APB put put....lol
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Another thing that creaks it the tie rod ends. You can get the rubber dust covers to put over them so they don't get rusted or get the dust both which would cause creaking or squeaking.
Thanks Bryan...we were hanging out with some friends last night shooting the crap and I said This creaking is pissing me off and one of them said it's sounding like it's coming from up here....so that is making me think it's up at shock towers, but will differently check tie rods ..THANKS...Babara:)
 

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I had my bed not latched completely once and had a bad rattle/squeek. Might check it out. Looked like it was latched but wasn't - everytime I hit a bump - squeek.
Thanks will check that...this sounds like it is coming from the front...Lance will check it out this week...
 
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