Hi guys, So today went an did a whole lot of stuff to the cj5. Changed oil, oil filter, air (oil bath) filter, transfer case oil, trans oil, both diffs oil, used a grease gun and greased both driveshafts, pedal assembly, transfer case shifters. Also removed rear leaf springs and greased the bushings (might need to change them in the future) Gave it a health check while I was at it and noticed a couple of things. First: I have a bit of up-down play on the driver's side front wheel, seems like the whole assembly is pivoting up and down, possibly wear on the spindle's up and/or down bearings ? (Haven't taken it apart to know how it actually works, it's a dana 44 front). Second: While in the air didn't notice much (almost nothing) of play in the rear wheels, however once in the ground I shook the jeep violently (using the rollbar) and heard a noticeable "clunk" that seems to come from the rear wheel (both do the same noise, the driver's side seems a tad noisier). What could this be? wear on the bearings? incorrect shims? (Again, don't know how this works inside, yet... dana 44 rear with tapered axleshafts) Thanks in advance!