Well... its revelations time. I learned a few interesting things.
1. I had a lot of dirt and debris packed into my rt. rear caliper.
2. Its not too difficult to remove the caliper and wash away the offending dirt and debris
3. That I will be very happy for the first mile and a half where I was totally squeak/chirp free....
4. Doing a panic stop will cause the squeak/chirp to return
5. That I will no longer be happy upon the return of the squeak/chirp
All this makes me suspect that maybe its the front caliper????
I also learned that at least one of my Staun Internal Beadlocks has ruptured. I checked the pressure in the tire and it was 35psi. I checked the beadlock and it was also 35psi (it should be 50). So I start inflating the beadlock.... damn its taking a long time to inflate... check the tire and its now the same pressure as the beadlock - 42psi. Relase pressure in the tire to 35psi and then check the beadlock. Yep, its back 35 again. Hrmmmm
This is good news and bad news. Good news in that I may have finally tracked down my balance issue. Bad news in that its going to be a PITA to replace the tube in the beadlock.
Soo... its looks like I've got some work ahead of me. All the wheels will need to come off the check the pressure in the beadlocks (unless I can contort the gauge into being able to check them). When the front pass side wheel is off I'll clean that caliper too and I guess I'll apply some Stop Squeak like Alec mentioned above.
I also noted the same turning thing that Vegasjeep mentioned where turning in one direction will cause the squeak to go away. What a total PITA...
On a positive note, I had another article published on Off-Road.com. This one covers the Smittybilt XCR8 winch and Viking Combo Line