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Hey all, I have a 2019 trail boss with an awful noise anytime the rest suspension is used (all the time because you know...)

 

I took it into the dealer and they "fixed" it with some grease.. but that has negative side effects, also it already wore off. So yeah. 

 

I just don't understand how this is even a thing. My 2013 didn't make any noises like this. My 2019 sounds like a 20 year old rust bucket. 

 

I went on Twitter, but now I question their ability to do anything. They are just going to tell the dealer to regrease it. 

 

Anybody else have this issue?

 

 

 

 

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On 5/25/2020 at 5:33 PM, Kharhaz said:

Hey all, I have a 2019 trail boss with an awful noise anytime the rest suspension is used (all the time because you know...)

 

I took it into the dealer and they "fixed" it with some grease.. but that has negative side effects, also it already wore off. So yeah. 

 

I just don't understand how this is even a thing. My 2013 didn't make any noises like this. My 2019 sounds like a 20 year old rust bucket. 

 

I went on Twitter, but now I question their ability to do anything. They are just going to tell the dealer to regrease it. 

 

Anybody else have this issue?

 

Holy ****** that is loud. mine has got squeak as well but not as loud.

 

 

 

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My 18 sounded like that, grease was a temp fix and tightening U-bolts did nothing. I finally did the bicycle inner tube fix and the noise never came back. Search for it somewhere on the K2 forums. Cheap, easy (watch your fingers) and effective.  

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On 7/21/2020 at 8:48 PM, silverado990 said:

 

I have the same exact problem with my 2020 Chevy Silverado 2500. It did not make the this noise when I bought it. Then after taking it to the dealer for another issue, The service rep mentioned a TSB regarding improper torque on my leave springs. They go ahead and retorque and all of sudden I have the noise.

 

CHEVROLET TSB #20NA022

2020 CHEVROLET SILVERADO 2500

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