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Old 06-13-2013, 06:47 PM   #1
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Grease fittings?

Where are all the grease fittings on these? Thanks I have a dry lube,metal on metal sound on the rear a arm or whatever that thing is.
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Re: Grease fittings?

Only grease fittings on rear are front and rear joints in drive shaft. Check for play / movement in wheel bearings. Trailing arm bearings are sealed and there are 4 bearings on each side so don't think you would hear them going out you may feel them going out but not hear them.

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Brake drag I bet.
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Check the swing arm/sway bar bolts to see if they've snapped off. Could also be the bed squeaking too.
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Nope neither It is the rear arm that holds the swing arm. Can seem to get it to stop only when I pour penetrating oil to it. But it does it every time I ride it.
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Are the bolts that hold the sway bar to the swing arm tightened properly?
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There tight. It only does it on the passenger side.
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Also if you have the Fox Shocks the pivot points on them get dry and have to be regreased there are 2 o-rings on each pivot point on the shock that get dry.
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Re: Grease fittings?

Lower bearing more often than uppers. On fox shocks.

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Lower bearing more often than uppers. On fox shocks.

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I know that's right just had to do my lowers again last night
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