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I have a Trailersaver, forgot what model it is.  Best to call Trailersave and speak to Aaron.  He is or was one of the bosses.   The main problem from my standpoint is there is no lubrication points on the main shaft that runs crosswise.  So the pin wears the hole into an oblong so you get 'piston slap'.  So to speak.  I'd check it out first or have someone check it for you. 

You can try to shoot some lube in and under the jaws.  I've had 3 or 4 of them in 15 yrs with different trucks.

There may be a way of drilling in for a couple of grease fittings.

There is another post running currently at this time which I brought up that question.

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