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2006 CHARGER HAD BIGGER RIMS ON IT TOOK OFF HAD CLUNK NOISE IN FRONT END REPLACED STRUTS/TIEROD ENDS STILL CLUNKING?

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    Donna Krokos Jan 22, 2009

    THANKS I WILL TRY THAT

  • Anonymous Mar 23, 2014

    Replaced struts still have the same noise links are both good

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Hey Have You Thought About Replacing The Cv Joint They Usually Make A Very Clunk Clunk Sound When They Are Going Bad. One Good Indication Would Be When Your Turning It Does It Worst.

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