Mine is 4x4. So it's nice knowing his is a 2wd so that can rule out the cv joint.prolly the intermediat shaft...
is the truck 4x4? is it a sound that goes with the speed your traveling.. like speeds up with speed of the truck or is it the same everytime
If I do feel it, it's very minimal. It's more of the sound that gets your attention than the feeling.Can you feel a bumping feeling in the steering wheel?
Wow, that is interesting. I actually loosened my lower control arms the other day to see if I could get the suspension to settle a little bit and I havent noticed a pop since. However, I became very aware of when it did pop (full lock) so I avoid it. I guess I should try to see if I can get it to do it again.my pop would occur because the a arm would loosen up and shift when turning at low speed
You just made me realize something. You are referring to the UCA bolt. I'd think that if that was moving your alignment would never be consistent. That would lead to an alignment that is always off (at least camber anyways).mine was the UCA and it is due to the added stress of the tires, plus if you got it alligned after the lift, they loosened them.
exactly, from riding it would loosen up for some reason, and allow the bolt to twist knocking me out of alignment.You just made me realize something. You are referring to the UCA bolt. I'd think that if that was moving your alignment would never be consistent. That would lead to an alignment that is always off (at least camber anyways).
I'll have to check that when I get home to see if I can see any markings from it moving.
This would make for a valid point since when turning the wheel, the camber of the wheel changes. Add the weight of a larger wheel and tire and it's causing a lot of stress on the UCA.
I'll definitely get the best video footage I can when I get home and hopefully the camera can capture the sound (assuming it makes it).