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Squeaky rear suspension

The rear suspension on my '06 ST has developed a very loud squeak, even lifting it on and off the stand produces the noise. I can't see any oil leaking from the shock. Any ideas as to what it might be?

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Could it be as simple as needing a clean and lube of the 'dog bones' and lower assembly pivots. This happened on my 01, an easy fix. Cheers

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