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Front wheel squeky

Every time i true wheel

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Had quite a few of them in which the ball joints were dry as they arent greasable therefore squeaked every time i turned....usually it was the lowers,just by chance i guess....would only be able to check it while lying underneath it and having someone turn the wheels for me slowly and carefully as to not pinch my arm etc.....unable to get the same noise if it was hoisted in the air as the weight and pressure is off it..just put my finger on the ball joint and you could feel the creak emmitting from it..

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