I have a 2004 that I recently put 5100s on the front set to the middle notch. At the same time, I had new sway bar end links and steering rack bushings installed along with a small spacer on the rear coils. It road and drove so much better. I had this setup with the 265/65r17 tires for about 2 or 3 weeks. I then upgraded to 275/70r17. For a little over a week, I had no issues at all. It drove great. This past weekend, a popping sound developed in the front end that you can feel through the floorboard at times. It sounds like it’s coming from the passenger side. It occurs when turning on uneven pavement and occasionally going straight and hitting dips in the road. It doesn’t occur when hitting small potholes or manhole covers that are recessed below the pavement some. I looked under the truck and saw my inner cv axle boots were leaking some grease. I repacked them and put new clamps on yesterday. No more leaks, but the noise is still there. I got up under there and everything appears tight. There’s no play in the tie rod ends, steering rack, or sway bar. I lifted the front passenger side off the ground and there isn’t any play in the tire top to bottom. Left to right there is the tiniest bit of play (less than 1/2 inch). There was the slightest bit of grease on the ball joint boot, but I don’t know how long it’s been there. I have no clue what could be causing the noise. Anyone have any ideas on what else I could check? The noise is almost like something binding and then popping loose.