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Old 05-14-2019, 10:05 PM
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I just replaced ball joints, upper control arm, tie rods, shocks on both sides of the truck plus put a 3.5 inch lift on it and replaced the driver side CV axle. When driving at speeds of 15 or more there is a grinding sound. Any suggestions????
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I just replaced ball joints, upper control arm, tie rods, shocks on both sides of the truck plus put a 3.5 inch lift on it and replaced the driver side CV axle. When driving at speeds of 15 or more there is a grinding sound. Any suggestions????
4x4?
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Then check all lines related to the IWEs. Check for loose connections, cracks and anything else. Pay close attention to where the rubb line from the IWE to the plastic line. Especially if you let anything hang when working. Also pay close attention to the line close to where you were working on the truck.
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