Crink crink crink

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When I trun I hear a crink,crink, crink. It only does it when I accelerate so the body leans when I trun. If I just turn in circle in parking lot it wont do it. It doesn't always do it when I trun. It does it when truning a corner after I have slowed down or stopped. I have new tie rod ends.
My guess is its the front springs making that noise or worn rubber bushing up there some where.
 
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Brake issue maybe? Said it only happens after you slow down or stop.

just a thought
 
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I drove it again and it makes the sound when I don't use the brakes.
I rocked the vehicle back and forth and no sound.
The sound now sounds like the tire rubbing on the rubber curtain.
The body need to roll a bit to make the noise. It makes like 3 crunks in a row as I turn. Could it be in the Newfield???

It sounds like the greasable shackles on my 60 when it sat for while. They would stick and make noise when they releace. MAF sent me the wrong bushing for the OME shackles :doh: They gave me small hard rubber bushings when the should of gave me the OME bushings :slap:
 
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That sounds like what my dads bronco used to do. It was the rubber bushing in the arm the locates the front axle side to side. (Don't know what the name is) Check out those bushings.
 

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