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Well I searched the other similar threads and they don't seem to be exactly what my issue is so here goes...
When driving at slow speed over a slight washboard road or hitting some bumps in the road at higher speeds there is a clunk under the truck. It seems to be coming from the rear but I'm not positive about that since noise can be deceiving. The clunk will rattle as fast as the truck hits the washboard bumps...kinda like a machine gun pop.
It is a 2000 F250 7.3 4x4 extra cab. I have replaced the sway bar bushings front and rear and the shocks were replaced a year ago. The swaybar bushings were bad and replacement helped the noise at the time. Now it's back again but worse.
I have done a visual inspection on everything I can think of. Exhaust system, trans mount, shock mounts, swaybar bushings and the leaf spring bushings look OK. Even the spare tire is tight.
Can anyone point me in another direction?