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Old 07-15-2007, 02:56 PM   #1
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I have noticed this over the past couple of short trips.

When traveling over semi-rough roads, i.e., a dip or large bump in the road, I get a loud metal grinding squeak in the axle area on the passenger side.

When riding down a straight flat freeway, - nothing.

I can't see anything wrong, but it does irritate me.

The rig sits level, so I have no idea what it is. Steering is not affected at all.

Any ideas?? Bad shock maybe?
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I have noticed this over the past couple of short trips.

When traveling over semi-rough roads, i.e., a dip or large bump in the road, I get a loud metal grinding squeak in the axle area on the passenger side.

When riding down a straight flat freeway, - nothing.

I can't see anything wrong, but it does irritate me.

The rig sits level, so I have no idea what it is. Steering is not affected at all.

Any ideas?? Bad shock maybe?
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