On my 24S which I picked up a little more than a year ago(2011 model) I would occasionally get a "pop" (maybe rather a grunt?) from what I perceived to be the sway bar whenever I would tenderly back it down from besides the house, over a few roots from the maple tree, over a sidewalk, and then the curb onto the street(all on an incline).
I have to hang onto it and use a back-and-forth of throttle, brake, and also handbrake
to make sure it doesn't sink into any wet ground but also keep the momentum going...I'm getting good at this but managed to nurture a few noises from that area.
However, mine is a beefy RoadMaster sway on the rear so it seems they all succumb
to this problem once in a while. Esp. with the motions mine would have to go through
to make it down to the street...
Anyway...I think you and I also went round-and-round a while back re installing proverbial Sumo Springs to further help out? I think you convinced me to do this which I finally ordered and installed DIY (of course, in the rain...when else right? Was sunny and clear when I started...lol
). To get to the point...I honestly haven't heard a peep
since then, esp. when backing it down over the convolutions. All four Sumo's CERTAINLY set the suspension
up for the highway on the rig and I feel actually tunes it up a bit! The ride is much
, esp. when in a dirty air situation with the semi's, etc., and I want to thank
you for the encouragement. And, no peeps nor pops! Did you ever put Sumo's on?
Maybe the RoadMaster brand AND Sumo's are made for each other...dunno? I hope
you win! When it's man vs. machine...man ALWAYS wins! Cheers! -PB