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bump jolt in front end

O.K. guys 01 F250 when taking off from a dead stop i feel a bump or jolt from the front end kinda like something is going into gear kinda hard to explain but it is noticeable. Happens everytime I accelerate from a stop either fast or slow. Don't know if I explained it good enough but any ideas or suggestions would be appreciated before I take it to the shop.

2001 F250 Crew Cab 4X4 Auto,Diamond Eye 4" Turbo back, 2.5" Mini Spring Kit, AIS intake, ZOODAD Mod, 6.0 Tranny Cooler, Cold A/C Mod.
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inspect your ujoints, ball joints and all the front end susp system
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Thanks Raul, you know now that you mentioned it it does kinda feel like a u-joint

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