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I have a 1993 ford ranger super cab 4x4 3.0 v6 i was driving it down the road and experienced a repeating clunking noise in the front end almost as if the front drive shaft had fallen off one end

All drive shafts are secure and nothing is hanging or loose that i can see or touch

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Put the truck on a lift and inspect for loose worn parts is the only real option here.

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