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Injecting grease into any of the saddles metal to metal contact points might provide some remedy....i think the squeaks in my B-66, Flyer or Conquest, all emanate from the bolts-to-spring fixtures at the back of the saddle. take your mini grease gun and try to get some thick stuff in there. set in into the sun to get grease creep into the fittings.
my only additional bit of advice, unbolting the springs and installing leather bushings between the mating surfaces, but that's an advanced saddle technique...
Here's a pic of a sprung saddle that doesn't squeak at all...
Last edited by Bekologist; 03-30-06 at 09:22 PM.