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start easy, rotate tires and see if it moves. Anywhere particular in the front end? I hate chasing these gremlins on 4WD's. Most likely is driveshaft u-joint. rears usually wear faster than rears as they are under stress more often. Front axle u-joints also wear and could be your problem.
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