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Where on the vehicle does the sound seem to come from?
Is this a single noise or a repetitive one?
Have you checked the upper and lower ball joints and the control arm bushings?
So far this sounds like a broken stabilizer bar end link.
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Exactly how were the ball joints checked?
The ball joints are loaded up with tension with the vehicle off the ground. That procedure will only check the wheel bearings. You must jack up the front end with the jack under the lower control arm as close to the back side of the tire as you can get it. Once the tire is 1 inch off the ground. Hold the knuckle and control arm with one hand at the upper and lower joint while trying to lift the tire up using a pry bar under the tire. You should feel NO SLACK.