I have a 1992 Mustang GT 5.0 and I have some front suspension problems I need help with. At 116,000 miles I installed new inner & outer tie rods, struts, ball joints and brand new tires. After installation I had the car aligned. I'm now at 132,000+ miles and there has been a clunking noise when I drive over a bump or hole in the road (similar to when a wore out shock; sounding like it is slapping the floor board). This noise has been going on for a while. Also, the inside edge of the new tires are wore out. The passenger tire is showing the steel and the drivers side tire is almost as bad. The car vibrates when driving, most likely from the worn tires. There's only 16,000 miles on these new parts and the tires are already garbage and there's obviously something wrong somewhere in the suspension with the clunking noise I'm hearing. I know camber can cause the worn tires, but with the clunking noise I'm hearing I presume this is the cause of the worn tires also. Does anyone have any idea what the clunking noise could be coming from. What suspension part is worn out? I can't believe any of these new parts would be worn out with only 16,000 miles. There's got to be another problem somewhere. It just doesn't make logical sense. Any ideas? Anyone, anyone???