Right turn rear clunking sound. Help?

Adams91LX

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As posted above, When I turn right, I hear a clunking sound coming from what sounds like the right rear tire. Only when turning right. Is that a bearing of some sort? Thanks for any info you might have.
 
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i would check all the bolts on the LCA's and UCA's and go from there. could be in the diff
 

HISSIN50

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Make sure your jack and stuff in the trunk's spare tire well are secure.
 

BigDanTheMan

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i had a similar problem that would manifest itself more intensely when more weight was present. I tracked it down to the hard brake line rubbing against an imperfection on the rim. I rotated the tires and reshaped the line and by-by wapwapwapwap.
 

Adams91LX

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wow feel like an idiot... last week i put my new aluminum driveshaft in... had to pull my exhaust to get to some bolts... and apparently when i put them back in the right side was further back than when i pulled it out... it was clunking against the axle when there wasn't any load and the axle would hit the top of the turndown (dumps)... all better now!

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thanks everyone who contributed... glad nothing was broken.