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At 67k miles with my RRS ATB and getting intermittent clunks from the rear suspension when turning at low speed. No other signs of problems at speed. Almost sounds like a diff not engaging and chirping the rear tyres. But definitely a clunk.

Thoughts? Bushings perhaps?
 

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At 67k miles with my RRS ATB and getting intermittent clunks from the rear suspension when turning at low speed. No other signs of problems at speed. Almost sounds like a diff not engaging and chirping the rear tyres. But definitely a clunk.

Thoughts? Bushings perhaps?

Check your drop links. It's about an 8" bar with opposing ball joints at each end , if you remove the wheels their clearly visible behind the brake disk
 

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I had the exact same issue. Turns out There was a service bulletin for this. Very simple, just the transfer case fluid. Put some new fluid in there and you'll be good to go.
 

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Had this issue with my 18 V8 Dynamic and the issue was exactly as you described. Dealer replaced rear diff under warranty and solved the problem.
 
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