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F550 ford wanders on road had a alignment done stillwander

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What was said about the wear of the front end part when the alignment was given? I could be wrong but, I would say, Not likely for the tie rod ends and definately not the shocks for knocking sounds.. It sounds more like bad ball joints poping, although the idler arm and tye rod ends could be worn also .

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have a look at the front wishbone rear bushes, these can pop out

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