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Old 03-24-2011
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annoying rear end problem help please!!

i have a 2wd 96 ford ranger that has been in to my local shop a few times and he keeps telling he cant find anything wrong heres some of the symptoms when at lower speeds when ever i hit a bump i hear a cluck/bang on the passenger rear side also if im at a complete stop and i turn and ste on the gas hard i hear a clunking/grinding noise and the tire wore out much faster than the other please help!!!
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is that not enough info?? also if i press on the side of the truck i hear a clunking from both rear wheels and i know every one says "some play is normal" blah blah blah i do have to push hard at all to get the noise so home much is some.
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