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Every time I put the truck in reverse I get a squeaky noise from the rear end. the faster I go the loader and faster the squeak.

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The first and cheapest thing I would check, would be the universal joints. Without actually hearing this noise, I can only speculate this to be the problem. I hope this to be of some help and Good Luck getting that fantastic piece of machinery back to top notch! Remember: Don't send a truck to do a Sierra's job!!!

Posted on Nov 14, 2010

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