martynvella wrote:Id be thinking CV joint.
mark409 wrote:Recheck all the bushes on your new suspension lift.
Chopps wrote:Good to post the video. Doesn't sound like coil interference but video can be misleading
Doesnt look like there is much if any any vertical articulation involved
You can replicate this while stationary. You could try:
Get 4 thin plastic chopping mats from supermarket
Place two on a flat surface wheel width apart add a squirt of dish washing liquid on top then place the other two boards on top.
Roll slowly on top of the boards using your hand brake only to stop - if you use your brake pedal you will slide the mats off each other.
The wheels will now turn left and right with little resistance
Turn wheel in the direction you described
See if you can replicate the sound when driving and pin point the location of that noise
The above will also work using 200mmm ply wood squares.
You can jack up one wheel at a time to see if vertical articulation makes a difference
goodiestgoodman wrote:Might seem very simple but worth a mention, are your tyres hitting your body mounts on full lock?
If you're running 33's without a body mount chop this could be an issue.
hiluxxury wrote:Cracked chassis? It sounds like old work cruiser I drove years ago.
It's very uncommon unless you are into jumping your hilux, but I'd check the strut tower and the welds around the LCA hinge mounts. The welds cracked in a couple of 120 prados and I've seen cracked strut towers on this forum.
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