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Old 11-13-2019, 04:23 AM #16
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As long as the camber and toe end cam bolts/plates are not moving you should be OK. Mine would pop with the exact scenarios you described and I only have 45k on my truck, so I would think your bushings should be OK. I am sure the bushing movement causing the pop is less than you think and sounds like it is. I marked all my alignment plates before I torqued my bolts and nothing moved.
Sorry to reply to a older thread but I did have a question for ya since it seems like I have the same problem and was only able to torque down the bolts closest to the rear of the vehicle. Didn't help that it's 15 degrees out but would it be a problem you think if I drove like this for two more weeks? I got an alignment about 4 months ago and the popping started yesterday after getting my A/T tires installed. They're pretty aggressive and heavy.
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Sorry to reply to a older thread but I did have a question for ya since it seems like I have the same problem and was only able to torque down the bolts closest to the rear of the vehicle. Didn't help that it's 15 degrees out but would it be a problem you think if I drove like this for two more weeks? I got an alignment about 4 months ago and the popping started yesterday after getting my A/T tires installed. They're pretty aggressive and heavy.
I would think it will be OK. The noises are inappropriate slipping within the bushings (metal washers, sleeves, brackets) instead of just the rubber, which is designed to flex and twist....quietly.
As long as the noise is just occasionally and random and not over every bump or movement of the suspension should be OK.
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