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ModeratorxcasbonxJul-17-14 07:57 AM
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#33839, "RE: Noisy struts."
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John,

If it's in the rear I would take a look up top around where the insulator and rubber bushing/pad are at. You might find something peculiar in that area.

On my old 2g, I actually had the metal insulator rust from the inside out and break loose with the strut still bolted down in the middle.


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Noisy struts. [View all] , John99RS, Jul-16-14 04:48 PM
  RE: Noisy struts., Th3DooM, Jul-17-14 12:15 AM, #1
RE: Noisy struts., Moderatorxcasbonx, Jul-17-14 07:57 AM #2
      RE: Noisy struts., John99RS, Jul-17-14 10:43 AM, #3
           RE: Noisy struts., Moderatorxcasbonx, Jul-17-14 11:24 AM, #4
                RE: Noisy struts., John99RS, Jul-19-14 04:32 PM, #5
                     RE: Noisy struts., dalesmitsu, Oct-04-14 01:19 PM, #6

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