Still have not figured out what it is. I have ruled out the driveshaft U-Joints, and ball joints. I blamed the other day the sway bar links because when the truck was shaken from side to side the drivers side link would clunk and you could actually feel it so I just replaced them this morning, and the noise is still there.
The noise is getting worse over time, it will make the clunk when on a straight road with very small cracks in the road. It appears to only do it when the truck has warmed up.
The new thing is an uncontrolled vibration on the wheels that can be felt through the steering. This only happens once I begin to turn. When I had both front wheels off the ground on jacks and I turned the steering with the truck running the vibration started then quickly got worse, back and forth on the wheels Solved (Bubbles in the power steering fluid)
I have no idea what it is. The truck only has 130,000 km on it, so I cannot see the steering rack going yet.
When the truck is off and both wheels were off the ground, for every 1/10 of a turn or so on the steering wheel another clunk could be heard
... power steering fluid is full if you're wondering.
The feeling in the steering is like the vibration of batteries falling on a cement floor.
Update: Checked driver side shock today. Within reason it is still ok.
It feels as though the ball joints would be to blame but there is zero play up or down on the wheels, they are not greasable however, so they may be dry.
Need help ASAP.