Sounds like a cheap trick to me! :welder:Gad said:it may sound like a ******* job, but hey, i'm from arkansas, so it's ok. anyways. i pulled the rubber sole off the bottom of a tenni shoe, and cut it into strips about 3 inches long, by 2 inches wide. i then slide them between the springs. i put them at the end of the springs. to get them in, i found a ditch, and flexed the rear springs. then i got a flat head screwdriver, and worked em in. after that, i turned the truck around and did the other side. again, this sounds cheap, but it worked. give it a try, and hopefully it will work for you. good luck.
Are you sure it's not the poly bushings? Mine we're REAL loud till I went with greaseable shackles.Trvlngnrs said:What does it sound like?
I recently put Deavers on, and now I have a squeak. It doesn't sound clunky like steel on steel, but more like rubber on metal. I thought it may be from the rubber boot around my shell rubbing on the cab. Seems to do it when going over a bump, or accelerating.
The Deavers are supposed to have teflon between the springs. Does anyone know if the teflon visable?
'01 with Donahoe's and Deaver's