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Tocking rotational noise coming from right side wheel...?

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Have you checked the tire for road debris?  I know that is really simple, but I have had rocks stuck in the tread that makes the same noise.  Also picked up a large bolt one time.  Stuck straight in and I could actually feel it when rolling.  Ruined the tire.

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Been rumageing underneath this afternoon & it sounds like the infamous inner CV joint clunk (O/S).So now i guess its a case of a new joint/boot or the full axle assembly....and whether i can fit it without a nervous breakdown.If i fit a new shaft unit will i have to remove the exhaust or wheel hub for clearance.

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Thanks....the cv joint + bits & full shaft assembly look like Porsche only parts.If i decide to go for just the joint is it essential i get the Porsche sealant to "glue" the cover/lid on to the joint...?Why is it so expensive for a tube of said sealant..?

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