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Old 07-16-2009
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If there completly maxed out, what all will i mess up and/or wear out?

and now it feels like somethings loose in my left front, which is the side i broke a while back. dunno what or where but it clanks like a mother f***** and seems to have gotten worse over 6months
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Ball joints, tie rod ends, wheel bearings, sway bar end links, etc
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Old 07-16-2009
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Sounds like a ball joint to me. Check it out immediatly thats something you don't want to mess with. The last thing you wanna have happen is your tire tuck and your truck hit the ground while going 40+.
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jack that tire off the ground and see if it shifts up/down and or left/right
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