Just an update, it did NOT make the sound this morning on the way to work, but on the way home after the truck sitting in the sun all day, it was squeaky as hell on bumps, and even if I stopped hard (made the front end dive) it would make the noise.
Now with that being said, and not having the noise happen last night after the truck was sitting in the driveway since after work, I think it's safe to say that the noise happens when the truck is hot? Maybe the heat from the day is making the rubber softer on whatever part is actually making the noise? I need to get someone else out there with me to help so I can crawl under there and listen really good..
That is exactly what I noticed.. This noise usually starts when you've driven for a while. I will try changing the front bushings within a month and report back. I wonder which sway bar bushings would be best for a comfier ride since I don't offroad or raise this 2006 Laredo 4.7 4wd. Also, not sure if stock mopar ones are made out of rubber and moog and raybestos made out of polytherane. I heard somewhere that the rubber ones are comfier? Can anyone confirm? What else would change in that front area to have a more comfier ride so I can do it while I'm there? Thanks
Honestly, ALL the suspension bushings are susceptible to squeaking. Best bet is to have some wd40 on hand. When you notice squeaks, begin hitting certain areas (one at a time) with it. If it stops then its a safe bet that whichever bushing you lubed is the cause.