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  • Dak Heri
    The most common reason as to why your suspension is squeaking is due to a lack of lubrication. Your suspension is made up of two metal and one rubber pieces, so without proper lubrication you won't have a quiet ride.30 Jun 2019
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    I'm just putting on there same place underneath the control arm. And then I fix the ratchet strapMoreI'm just putting on there same place underneath the control arm. And then I fix the ratchet strap around a number of different positions on the coil on the spring there. And then I lowered.
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