In recent weeks I've been getting a very noticable clunk from what seems like the RHS front area when driving over road surface that has potholes or surface rises with significant approach edges. It doesn't happen all the time. I've spent today under the front checking every fastener in the front suspension and steering (including the panhard and steering box mounts), and can't find anything. I took the front tailshaft off yesterday to eliminate that (it has a lot of slip-joint wear) but still the clunk is there. I checked the engine mounts and they're good. I have not yet checks the shocks but I have Icon 2.0's and the double-nuts top and bottom are good so I'm happy to tick them off the culprit list. I checked the brake caliper bolts - all good. The noise appears to come from right under the driver's footwell area (RHD vehicle btw) and from inside it's hard to pinpoint the location more than that. I lifted up the front right corner a few times today with a jack to a good 150 mm off the ground and dropped it to 'simulate' the sort of action that's been giving the noise and couldn't make it happen (at least from outside I couldn't hear any sort of clunk). Anyone able to offer some suggestions? I fitted a full new exhaust and headers a few months ago but that's all still snug as a bug in a rug. Front wheel bearings show no evidence of play. Craig.