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lots of clunks turn out to be loose end links on sway-bars and loose/worn ball-joints.
but you should get under the car with a torque wrench and check everything.it could be anything the other fellows said also.
there are actually some documented cases of caliper bolts falling out.if that was the case,it wouldn't clunk for very long,it will try to move somewere else......
does it happen when the car is not moving and you push the brakes?:smokin:
 

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sure it's not more of a clatter?my 89' brake pads would wear down and clatter the whole time i was driving.it stopped once i applied the breaks,the breaks are only self-adjusting to a point.if there new,they might not be of the best quality....:smokin:
 
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