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    Small Click/Clack up front

    I did all my suspension mods on 5/7 (see my mod link in sig). Today it started making a very small clack with slow small turns. I'm guessing endlinks - I got under the car on ramps and everything seems tight on the front end. Any ideas? Should I check the rear?? (I'm fooled by sounds sometimes) I don't notice it on hard turns, only slow turns with bumps.

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    Figured it out this AM. I just needed to tighten the heck out of the top end link bolts. I was being timid as to not damage the top bushing. I got the car up on my ramps and went to town on them. Okay just another 1/4 turn. Drove the car to the sound place. Deadly.

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