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Is this balljoint problems?

At lower speeds 1-3, I hear a vibrating sound like a small popping from the drivers side..But then at higher speeds it goes away..The boots on the BJ arent ripped or leaking at all??
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is it going in a straight line or making a turn

if it is popping when you make a turn , your bearing is ready to die

it will fall apart , the only thing holding it together is the nut on the axle shaft
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No its not when turning. just straight..
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