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Check motor mounts and trans. mount

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By changing the suspected drivetrain components you've eliminated the drivetrain from suspicion,
leaving just the suspension, steering, and tires.
Visually inspect upper and lower ball joints, springs, shocks (for leakage) - (suspension & steering)
Check tires - unusual wear pattern on one tire tells you which wheel well has problems in it.
The sneaky experienced mechanic way - park the truck on a level surface, then run a tape
measure to the top of each wheel well from the ground up - compare front-to-front and
back-to-back - those that are significantly lower than their mate are suspect.

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