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Old 06-06-2010, 12:37 PM   #1
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"clung"noise when take a small bump ..

when I pass over a speed bump at low speed of course I hear a "clung"noise from the rear. it seems it's coming from the rear driver side wheel. I removed the wheel and check the bolt of the schock ( I installed some Ome schocks not long ago) but it was nice and tight. I didn't see anything in particular that could be wrong except this. those rubber thing look really dry. could the noise come from here ? how difficult it is to change them if I need to change them ?




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Possibly that, but not likely. If it bumps it should be pretty sloppy. Check the trac bar as tha tis more common.

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ok, i'll check it. thx
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I had that happen to me and it was the trac bar....
Loooking at you pics. I can't help but notice that you have "old man emu's" shocks? Right? How do you like them.
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right now it's too hot outside (over 100F) so i'll check it tomorrow am early.
yes there are OME schocks. I like them, but I had real crappy one before so any schock would have been an improvement anyway lol.
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