Clunking When driving straight.
Recently I have been getting a clunking sound in my front end as the wheels rotate but most prominently when braking from 40 -> 0 . It has begun to continue clunking at low speeds though and sounds like almost every half revolution there is a clunk. I do plan on changing the U-joints soon but the clunking isnt happening under turning conditions, Just straight, and also becomes louder when I brake.
Could this be something F'd in one of my calipers? I thought maybe front driveshaft but there is only 1/16th of an inch play in it when I try and twist which I've heard is fairly normal. This weekend I'm gonna remove the front DS and see if it disappears then I know it is the DS for sure but has anyone else got any suggestions?
I have Dynatrac Billet Balljoints
09 steering upgrade
Dual steering stabilizers
BD steeringbox brace
Sound disappears around 50kmh that or I just can't hear it
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