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Front end of truck makes a popping sound when hitting dips slow

When i drive my truck the front end makes a popping sound when i hit dips or bumps at a slow speed when im goin faster its like normal, i have new shocks and ball joints and idler arm and pitman arm also please help

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  • Thomas F. Schneider May 11, 2010

    Have you checked the a-frame bushings?

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Make sure your new shocks(bolts) are cranked down tight. i left one slightly loose, and it knocked like the bad ball joint i already changed.

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