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I have a 2015 crew cab EB f150 with 38,000 miles on it. I hear a clunking noise in the rear end when I back out and pull in driveway. It makes 2 or 3 chunks when the truck flexes. It is when the back tires hits the section of the driveway where it meets the road. Not a big transition in the pavements. I have read about the leaf springs causing it. Others say it is normal. I am the second owner and truck still has its 60,000 mile drivetrain warranty. I don't know if this will be covered or not.
Pics of the driveway and road transition.
Any ideas what it could be?
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I have heard about a drive shaft issue that makes this kind of noise. There is a slip joint that gets dry and the fix is to grease the joint. Maybe something to look at.
 

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I'm taking the truck in Saturday morning to dealership to get oil change. I just wanted a couple ideas to pass on to technician to look at.
 
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