Hugo Miller hugo at aruncoaches.co.uk
Fri Nov 29 09:52:55 EST 2019

Yes it will, but it's not the rubber that is squeaking. Rubber (and its 
synthetic relative) is silent. It also cannot be compressed, 
incidentally. The squeak is where metal and rubber are moving against 
one another, and that isn't supposed to happen. If it is, the rubber 
will wear pretty rapidly, less so if it's lubricated of course.

On 2019-11-29 08:32, N2VZD TIM via VirtualVairs wrote:
> Old dot 3 brake fluid in a squirt can works great  on rubber
> squeaks.  I recently took care of squeaks in a guys front end by 
> doing
> all the bushings while rocking the truck just a little. The problem
> went away easier than I thought it would.   That is an old "Gus 
> Wilson
> trick"  from mechanix illustrated.Regards, Tim Colson
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