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Texasmud

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After weeks of trying to find the clunk in the front suspension of my leveled 21 TB and a visit to the shop still no answers. Then I came across this. After replacing these links the clunk is gone. One more thing, make sure the stabilizer is centered. Mine was shifted by 1/2 inch. I’m sure that’s part of the reason I could only hear the clunk on one side. I waited to post to ensure that was the issue.
 

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After weeks of trying to find the clunk in the front suspension of my leveled 21 TB and a visit to the shop still no answers. Then I came across this. After replacing these links the clunk is gone. One more thing, make sure the stabilizer is centered. Mine was shifted by 1/2 inch. I’m sure that’s part of the reason I could only hear the clunk on one side. I waited to post to ensure that was the issue.
Apparently Chevrolet added longer links to adjust for potential binding. Especially after adding a level. Lol
 
I’ve seen a few members complain of the “clunking” noise after a level has been installed as well as seen it mentioned other places. It seems so random as to who it affects given how many folks have their TB leveled.

But if this is a valid solution seems cheap and easy enough to me. Thanks for sharing, hopefully it can help someone out 👍🏻
 
Should have mentioned this only affects 19-21 models. The change to longer bar links was made in 22. In my case I believe the shift in the stabilizer bar was the major contributor to the noise, however the longer links repositioned the bar back to stock angels. Just my two cents.
 
I don’t have any clunking/ noises but might order a pair anyway for my 21.
About $50 to my door.
 

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