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Old 06-14-2012, 10:28 AM   #1
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Popping or clunking noise in front end of 2004 Georgetown 359TS

We recently stayed in a place that required us to put four inces of blocks under the front leveling jacks to reach level. That raised the front tires about 5-6 inches off the ground. When we let it down off jacks, there was a lot of "shutterin" noise. As we were backing out, we heard a loud "oil canning" noise. The noise will not go away. It is very prominent at low speeds. Straight ahead, backward, or in slow turns. We have had the front end looked at. Nobody has found any bad bushings. It only has 30,000 miles on it. Could extending the shocks that far have damaged them on the inside? Appreciate any help.

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Old 06-15-2012, 04:49 PM   #2
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We had the sring shackle bolts and u bolts retorqued and it took care of the problem.
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