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"tumbling noise" when braking, bumpy roads, or turning right.

I have a 98 plymouth grand voyager, and lately, my right turns have to be made VERY wide. I hear a tumbling noise like somethin isn't connected on the passenger front side. The tire doesn't wobble, so I ruled out the tie rod and sway bar. I recently replaced the driver side strut and that's when this noise starts, but on the passenger side. I remember driving one block when driver side strut broke and it was horrifying. I'm wondering if this is possibly a strut ready to go on the other side??? Rotors are farely new and in tact, but I'm afraid to take the tire off to check strut in case something is ready to bust, I would then HAVE to fix it. This van is my ONLY transportation. The noise isn't that loud but definately noticable. Someone said an axle issue, could they be right?

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If you just replaced the strut on the other side thats where i would be checking first, did it make the noise before you chg. it? If not, maybe something came loose. The only sure way to know if its an axel is to get under it and see if there is any play or loosness in the cv-joints of the axel.

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