Important!: How To: Fix Yoke Clunk by Clamping Leaf Springs

Khaos

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maybe coil compressors :lol:

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What about people with Avalanches or Tahoe/Suburban with rear coils?
My burb has rear coils and I get the yoke clunk every so often. I just grease the shit out of my slip yoke when it starts clunking, and then it stops for about 6 months or so then the clunk comes back.

Then I believe your only options are to either grease it like you already do or ge the updated part from GM.
 

Grohe

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Was starting to REALLY notice this on my 04 ECSB that I picked up 2 months ago. Will give this a try.
 

GR$$N$

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What about people with Avalanches or Tahoe/Suburban with rear coils?
My burb has rear coils and I get the yoke clunk every so often. I just grease the shit out of my slip yoke when it starts clunking, and then it stops for about 6 months or so then the clunk comes back.

you need to use the actual gm grease. its a bit pricey at first but my clunk was bad and i put that on about a year ago and havnt heard anything since
 

mcdoolie

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I only here the clunk when I'm parked up against some thing or forget to set the e brake when on a hill
 

TylerM

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So it goes in front of the rear axle? That last picture says visual from the rear which would make it behind..
 

Khaos

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I meant visual distance from rear end, sorry for not being clear. Like Tony said, they go in front of the axle.