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Old 07-06-2014, 01:50 PM
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2005 fx4 with 5.5 bed clunk when accelerating from Stop.

I just bought this truck last week and notice a clunk when accelerating from a full stop. This problem seems to be worse on a hill. I searched and found the TSB for the slip yoke but noticed the 5.5 bed was a one piece shaft. Does the 5.5 bed have a similar problem if so were is it occurring? Thanks sorry if this question is a horse that's been beaten to death.
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