clunking and jolting
okay, I'm having some serious issues with my truck's suspension. I had a mid-travel kit put on from a fab shop in San Diego last Christmas, and everything was fine until one day the bolt that went through the uni-ball snapped and I was in the suspension shop. They re-did the whole front suspension and came to the conclusion that it was faulty geometry and high levels of stress on the bolt itself that caused it to fail.
So, they fixed it, and I left. Ever since then, when I go over a bump, it makes a REALLY LOUD "clank" and jolts my entire truck. Not right.. I installed longer shocks thinking my OEM Bilsteins might be too short... not it.
I'm going to take it to the guys on Monday, but until then, do you guys have any suggestions as to what may be going on?
I know it's really hard to tell without either seeing it or hearing it, but any suggestions would be really helpful!
2002 Ford Ranger XLT
3.0, 2wd, Auto
Weldtec Mid-Travel Kit
3" BL, 3" Spindle and 1.5" Chevy Shackles
16x8 ProComp 6089's on 33" Mickey Thompson Baja Claws,
Clear Corners, 6000k Bi-Xenon HID's, PIAA Corners and Turns, Turn Signal Mod
Straight Pipes, Cobra CB/PA, Train Horns, Airbox Mod JVC KD-AVX2 In-Dash DVD System, Sony Xplod 6x9's,
10" Kenwood in Jumpseat Enclosure and 1000W Kenwood Amp
Limo Tint All Around
Crimestopper Remote Start/Alarm