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Clunking right under my feet 1988 F350 4x4

Discussion in 'Drivetrain & Suspensions' started by 1995voyagerES, Apr 24, 2014.

  1. 1995voyagerES

    1995voyagerES Full Access Member

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    Now since it's april I can drive my truck again (it's only registered/insured from april till october and not through the winter) and discovered a little problem:

    If I drive slowly over bumps or something that makes the truck twist a little bit, like a driveway that goes up or downhill, there is some clunking going on right under my feet (driver side)...
    It's more noticeable if I steer left or right.

    It can't be the trackbar or anything on the steering because thats all new, including the steering box (Motorcraft). Even before I replaced all that it clunked -> but just a little bit - now it's more.
    U-joints and wheel bearings / spindle bearings are new too.

    Any thoughts what that could be?

    Thanks.
     
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