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Hello, I have a 2010 Mustang GT that is making what sounds like a bearing/clunking noise from the rear end that i cant quite track down. I have checked my wheel hubs/bearings and my pinion bearing for play and tried spinning the wheels off the ground to see if i can track it down but no luck. Also, my ring and pinion gear look fine and don't have any cracks or extreme wear. Seems like the noise gets louder the faster i drive but then starts to go away and occasionally gets really loud during a right hand turn but its not really predictable in any way and its confusing the hell out of me. I'm including a zip file with 2 videos i took that have the sound i described in it (one is on the highway and the other is making a right hand turn). If anyone recognizes the sound and could help me pinpoint the issue that would be great!

Videos: https://www.dropbox.com/s/tyxzmb901c...ideos.zip?dl=0
(wouldn't let me post the videos up here for whatever reason so i had to upload them onto dropbox)
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