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Old 09-01-2019, 07:22 PM   #1
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Rattle underneath Storm

So almost 3 years of listening to the horrible rattle of metal on metal we have finally found it. Its the springs on the hydraulic jacks rubbing against the frame. My husband used 1/8 rubber gasket material between the spring and the frame. Secured it with VHB tape. No more rattle.
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Years ago farmers used to keep old unusable inner-tubes for purposes like that, only we used bailing wire to hold it in place.
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Humm, we've had a horrible rattle for almost 2 years now. Freightliner charged me 900 bucks and couldn't find it. Turkeys. And gave me nothing in return.
I wonder if the jacks are the problem....
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Mine was the gennie muffler
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