Originally Posted by ny450es
sooontobesrt i wish you were right. as the bushing becomes deformed the clunking starts and as the bushing deforms more the clunking is deeper and frequent. how i can confirm that: i take the links off, replace the top bushing only, reinstall the links...no more clunking.
ohhh ok, so you DID confirm that its the links, missed that whole part
Anyway, if thats the case Im stumped myself as I never had that issue originally but have heard of that being a cause. If it seems to KEEP repeating itself than you can for sure safely assume the link angle is deforming the bushing BUT Id bet it could be due to the way you are installing it. Did you torque it to spec of whatever Bwoody calls for, dont have it off top of my head> And when doing so did you make sure to torque it with the suspension loaded? If you didnt do both of these it may cause the bushing to wear much faster and cause the clunk. If not then Id have to say its something regarding your LCA alignment. Hope you get it sorted!