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Annoying squeek

So I still have my 929 and all of a sudden it started making a bad annoying squeek when I sit down on it. If I bounce up and down it just keeps on squeeking loudly. Im not sure if its metal on metal or what but I know its annoying and constantly doing it.

My question is do you guys think its the swingarm bearings or my shock going out? Has anyone had this problem before?
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Re: Annoying squeek

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So I still have my 929 and all of a sudden it started making a bad annoying squeek when I sit down on it. If I bounce up and down it just keeps on squeeking loudly. Im not sure if its metal on metal or what but I know its annoying and constantly doing it.

My question is do you guys think its the swingarm bearings or my shock going out? Has anyone had this problem before?

I think you are going to have to make an effort to narrow the noise down to a specific area first :-)
Is the muffler hitting the swingarm perhaps?

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Re: Annoying squeek

It sounds like its coming from my shock, nothing is rubbing on the swingarm from what I can see, I was just curious as if a bad shock would make that squeak out of nowhere or if anyones had this problem before. Its really annoying and probably not safe lol.
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Re: Annoying squeek

subscribed.... having the same problem.
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