I've noticed something's wrong with my right front suspension lately and it's getting worse.
I go on trails with my jeep, nothing special, just a little trail next to some train tracks close to where I live. There's bumps and humps, you know, everything that makes a trail.
If I go just fast enough over a bump with my right front wheel will cause a loud thump. Loud enough to cause you to think you broke something. I think it's just the tire hitting the wheel well. But here's the problem I'm concerned with. I can go over the same bump, going the same speed with the left front wheel, and it will not make the same noise. I'm thinking the shock or spring is loose in the right front. If it's not that, then It's because it was in a wreck 2 previous owners ago in the right front; it would be something connected to the axle?
Me and my dad (iSpark; he told me about this forum) took the front axle off (before I noticed the "bumping") and everything like the control arm, and sway bar looked fine, so what else could it be?
This is my first post so if there's any additional information you need just let me know.