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Hi all,

I have a 2022 can am outland 570 with maybe 60 miles and 13 hours on it.The rear bushings are squeaking like crazy. Im not sure which ones. Is this a common problem?
I had it at busco for mudbash and while I tried to avoid the mud, i definitely did some. I cleaned it pretty well on return with a pressure washer.My friends grizzly sounds just fine.

I am headed to CAW this weekend, and I plan to re-grease the busshings, anything i should look out for?
 

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Hi all,

I have a 2022 can am outland 570 with maybe 60 miles and 13 hours on it.The rear bushings are squeaking like crazy. Im not sure which ones. Is this a common problem?
I had it at busco for mudbash and while I tried to avoid the mud, i definitely did some. I cleaned it pretty well on return with a pressure washer.My friends grizzly sounds just fine.

I am headed to CAW this weekend, and I plan to re-grease the busshings, anything i should look out for?
We're hearing a lot about 2022 models not coming greased well at all. Start by hitting all the zerks with grease and let's go from there.
 

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I have a 2022 850 xt and all my bushings were squeaking. They’re coming almost dry from the factory. Like xserver said grease all your zerk fittings. Not only suspension bushings. Make sure you do the rear driveshaft too.
 

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X2 with Midnightrun 😎

I was lucky !
I must admit that my machine was well prepared at the dealer. I grease mine every 200km but brand new from the dealer, I could see the extra grease that came out the bushings.
I did a 587km ride this past weekend and now with 1400km I have no squeaking at all.
Yet !!

Luc
 
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