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Lets see if I can figure out how to link the video. I have pretty much upgraded everything on this truck (she is looking a little rough right now) and I know her pretty well but I don't know about this clunk. It only does it after going in reverse and then right before I come to a stop going forward. It is NOT the driveline. It seems to be coming from the front end on the drivers side but I can't find anything that's loose. I am up for just about any suggestions on what to look for.
CLICK HERE FOR THE VIDEO
 

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Check Front Calipers, Mine did the same thing and it was because the Caliper Slide Bushings and Pins were Worn out and Allowed the Caliper to move up and down.
 

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Dose it do when you hit a bump my 08 does the same thing
 

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Yeah it does, Mine also does it right after I come to a stop.
 

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Of course it's raining in Salt Lake now but I'll check out the caliper when I get a minute. Thanks.
 

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FSH, I don't know about that clunk but, I'm digging that front bumper!
 

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Being the genius I am I found a loose bolt on the contraption that the brake caliper is bolted to. It scares me to think that it has been loose since I put my new rotors on back in January. I've traveled to Texas and back and more since then. It's all fixed now, sometimes it's the simple things that get overlooked.
 
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