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Old 08-29-2010, 03:42 PM
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1. I suspect u-joints here. Yours may be a bit louder as they are more worn.

2. A good prep and application of some underbody coating will help. If it's mostly surface rust it's not uncommon. Look for pitting or flaking metal. Too much of that and I'd pass on the truck.

3. Dirty throttle body would be my guess. Also, if you decide to add a programmer, you'll feel the off-idle response improve dramatically.

4. Again, I suspect the u-joints are the culprit here.

5. I'd go with an inspection of the front bushings and/or steering links.

6. Bondo? I'd check for other body damage with that magnet, front to back. Inspect the bed underside for ripples. Check the rear bumper mounting supports and the frame end rails.
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