Searched the forum and couldn't find an answer to my question. I know it is hard to diagnose problems from the forum alone so I will try and be as detailed as possible. I have a 2014 JK 2DR Sport with a 3.5" Basic lift kit, that comes with the shocks, installed on it. I replaced the front track bar with a Rough Country forged adjustable track bar. I am running 35" Duratracs on 16" procomp wheels. My problem is when I right, a cluncking noise comes from the front right side. The noise is not that loud if I turn on a flat road but if I hit a bump to pothole while the wheel is turned right(even turned very slightly) it sounds like the jeep is going to fall apart. This happens at all speeds. I do not get any noise at all when I turn left. The jeep only has 3200 miles on it.
Have a friend, lover, neighbor turn the steering wheel 9-3 back and forth.
Start at the pitman arm and feel around the track bar, tie rod, drag link, etc. Listen for any clunks and look for play in bolts, tie rod ends, adjuster sleeves, pitman arm, etc.
Could be ball joints too.
Gussets are these. They protect your upper C from bending. Good idea to do ball joints at the same time. Parts and labor $500-700 maybe
2007 Rubicon/Rock Krawler triple rate 2.5" coils/RK rear TB w/ a teraflex raised bracket/Rancho 9000 31/32XL shocks/Synergy flipped draglink,ball joints,tie rod /Hankook MT 315-75-16 on Level 8 ZX's/Rancho geo brackets/Ruff stuff uppers/Fox ATS stabilizer/Adams front DS/Artec front armor w/ Currie upper bushings/Rancho cat back exhaust.