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Old 6/14/19, 05:10 AM
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Front end cluncking

I have a 2006 mustang GT, it started clunking in the right front when going over a bump, I changed the struts (both sides) and then change lower control arm and sway bar end link on right side(due to time constraints didnt get to the left side.) clunking went away , I drove it twice then started clunking on the left side, I then did the same on the left side, now it is not as load a noise but still there when going over bumps, would the front sway bar bushings make this kind of noise as this is the only thing I have not changed, everything seems tight, drives pretty solid when not going over bumps, no stearing issues, any suggestions or thoughts would greatly be appreciated.
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Old 6/14/19, 09:09 AM
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Went through this on mine last item was the stabilizer bushings. Changed them still had clunk. What I did notice the bushings are poly and seemed to go on to easy. So I cut a piece of 1/8 hdpe the size of the flat spot of the bushing. I put it in between the bushing and the frame and tightened it down. Clunk gone. I believe that being the bushing is poly, harder than rubber it is hitting the stop on the stabilizer bar. If it were rubber it may not have made the clunk.
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