Since my wife has owned the vehicle for a total of about 30 hours, I'm not sure! We noticed the clunking before we bought it, but it was such a good deal I didn't even bring it up, thinking it's probably something simple. Everything felt tight under there tonight, but I haven't removed the right link yet to see if that makes it go away. Will do tomorrow. If that eliminates the clunking, then I know its either bushings or links. The links look original (2007) and the rubber looks like it's cracking a bit. There are probably poly links available, but I can't tell. RockAuto has a few options available for links, from about $13 each to $24 or so for the Moog. I think I'll change both if sway bar is indicated. From what I've read, most likely cause is links first, then bushings. How long did your Raybestos bushings last? Those are obviously polyurethane, I wonder whether the OEM rubber are better (hopefully with the new design and presumably cutout to the bottom)? Rubber usually will give a softer feel in suspensions than polyurethane, but I think poly might last longer. Probably depends on durometer of the material for suspension feel. Let us know what you find out... Thanks.
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