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I was ridin my Foreman last week through water and now my front A-arms will not stop squeaking. I tried to WD-40 them and put an oil gun to them. Any suggestions?
 

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Ours squeak from time to time too. I put WD40 & it stopped it for a little
while, but the squeaks came back.
 

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Take your shocks loose from there mounts and wipe some good bearing grease on the bushings. Don't spare any. Reinstall the shocks and it should be gone. I have to do this after my first ride on my Foreman and I never ride without having to cross a creek. The squeek has never returned.
 

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QUOTE ("JoeForeman":3t0eejzh)
get a radio and crank it up.
I don't hear the squeaks when the radio is up, but yours was squeakin' so
loud i could here it over the radio ..................... Just kiddin'.
 

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i think it actually went away after a while. i remember it in the start but i guess after a few of those water rides or mud puddles it went away. I didnt hear it squeaking when i was winching you out of that pond.
 

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Hey!!!!!!!! That's our secret!! It never died & it was Jackson's fault. It was
still in reverse & he nailed the gas before i could put it in 1st gear.
 

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Ughhhhhhhhhh.....yes.
 

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He did nail my throttle when i told him to give it a little gas to back it up that hill. I thought i was gonna have to run after him.
 

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You gotta watch that little fella. He loves to play with the thumb throttle.
 
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