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Default Help Diagnose Clunking Noise From Front End

What up guys, hoping you can help with an issue I'm having recently. I started getting a clunking noise from the front end of my car. The weird thing is I don't really notice this when I go over most bumps, but rather when I'm driving at low speeds, or when my wheels are turned, specfically turning into my driveway (small bump), or when jerking the wheel left to right quickly. It sounds as if something is loose, but I can't seem to pinpoint the noise. I thought it might have been the springs (Tein) not seated properly, but wouldn't that make a more consistent noise, and more of a squeaking sound? I just had my winter setup put on by the tire shop, and it seemed a little worse after that. I also bottomed out a little recently, thought I might have jarred the y-pipe or b-pipe loose, but those are both on great, I don't think this is the issue. Any ideas regarding things I can check, so I can try to avoid the dealer? Thanks.
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