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Rearend doesnt seem to be damaged but it makes a clanking noise from the passenger side axle when i go over any type of bumps. took passenger rear tire, rotor and caliper off and found "in and out" play in my axle,

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Sure the shock bushings are ok,,have someone bonce it while u look at them,,

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