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post #1 of 26 Old 11-03-2008, 06:32 PM Thread Starter
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Poppin in suspension

what else can cause my suspension to make popping noises....i already changed my rear sway bar bushings...what else will make these noises....do upper and lower ball joints make these noises?

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yes. They will make popping, and or clunking noises.
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mines been doing the same thing since i installed the addaleafs but only when taking corners and its rare


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this is when i hit bumps and holes....but its up front and in the rear

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i hear a popin in the back like under the bed when the truck is twistin. havent figured out what it is.

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this is when i hit bumps and holes....but its up front and in the rear
thats what mine did when my ball joints were shot, are you tires wearing unevenly?(less tread inside than outside?)

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Me too...i think it might be my leaf sring bushings

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thats what mine did when my ball joints were shot, are you tires wearing unevenly?(less tread inside than outside?)
Not really....but the ball joints do need to be changed im sure....they have 197,000 miles on them

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could they squeal too?


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Took me forever to figure my popping out. All in the front and only when it's twisted up. Had it since I bought it (Over 2 years) Stopped the other day and got out to admire the truck. Lol Turns out my body bushings are bad. Headlights were touching the bumper on one side and about a 4 inch gap or so on the other. While I haven't replaced them or even really looked into it further, the symptoms match and I am curently convinced that is the problem with mine. I have looked at the front end 50 times and torqued EVERYTHING about that many too. Post up if ya'll find anything else though. I may still be wrong.
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