Does it sound like someone is hitting the floor right under your feet?
Does the noise get worse if you hit bumps with only one tire or the other?
My thought in most common order
Sway bar end link or bushing wear. As it flexes on curves it moves in the mounts and the links wear out fast.
Lower control arm bushing - age and exposure can loosen them up.
Bad ball joint
Could also be an upper strut mount but those should be easy to spot as the rubber generally will be cracked.
A bad hub normally will not make a thud unless it is really bad, like you jack it up and the tire drops from the wear, you normally hear the whirring of the bad bearings for a long time before they get that bad.
Wednesday, September 13th, 2017 AT 11:29 PM