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Old 07-30-2012, 10:40 PM   #11
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I started questioning it because of the loud noise when turning. He said that was "popping" and that it was normal. I think its too loud to be normal

I had the same problem also and everyone said that was normal. I tried some grease on the ball and spring bar. I didn't put any grease on the l-bracket. Wow what a difference it made. Give that a try to see if it helps you also, by the way Nice job on the parking
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Old 07-30-2012, 10:46 PM   #12
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I started questioning it because of the loud noise when turning. He said that was "popping" and that it was normal. I think its too loud to be normal

I had the same problem also and everyone said that was normal. I tried some grease on the ball and spring bar. I didn't put any grease on the l-bracket. Wow what a difference it made. Give that a try to see if it helps you also, by the way Nice job on the parking
Hopefully adding a dab of grease will work for me too.

After "sucking at backing up" (dad's words) I am proud of my progress.
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I visited the "files" section today and microwave manual directions are pretty clear on how to program for different power levels. Maybe I'm better at reading now...
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I use vaseline instead of grease on on my dual cams and bars, it's a much cleaner to work with, works great and doesn't stink like grease.
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I use vaseline instead of grease on on my dual cams and bars, it's a much cleaner to work with, works great and doesn't stink like grease.
Good idea. Ty!
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