Not when your 2 and a half years past the issue date. At 60k it could be argued that driving habits are a cause of the problem, thus they wouldn't even consider it. If you were still within spitting distance of the TSB you might have a chance, but a long one. A recall would be a different story and maybe a little easier, but obviously thats not the case.
They said this based on what? Tire/brake/muffler shops are notorious for looking at the odometer and saying it's time for _______. Did you notice any difference in the way it drives? Are they leaking?
60K seems pretty early. My Odyssey had the original units still on it at 203K and they were fine. That may be unusual on the other end, but 60K better not be normal here.
If they are bad and there is a TSB (and your symptoms match the TSB), I'd make a stink about it. Even without the TSB, I think I would, based on it being so early. Worst case, they tell you to go pound sand and you're not any worse off.
Taking it to the shop dealer Monday, he said the TSB has been revised, and they have a new labor only one to grease or repair the upper mounts, I will let you know what he says. Car has exact symtoms on TSB..pop/squeak.bang noise when turning a low speeds...we also hear it when going over speed bumps.
I understand the frustration that the issue that you experienced before with your vehicle might be happening again. If you are having symptoms that seem like the same issue; the first step to getting to a resolution with this is visiting the dealership to have them look things over and diagnose what may be going on.
If you would like assistance with setting up an appointment at a dealership in or around your area; you can private message me and I would be happy to do that for you.