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As you are driving down the road all of a sudden there will be really bad clanking noise from the back of the pickup. Also will all of a sudden thump one time when it is driving ok. It was bad last night on the way to town and in town and then on the way home was fine. This happened 2 weekends ago and was fine until now. We are only home on weekends.

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You need to have your drive shaft checked and quickly - also check the wheels for tightness or best - jack the truck up and check the lug bolts ASAP. This can kill if the wheel is loose and comes off.

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