Man what are you guys smoking...rear ball joints...rear subframes...
It's probably the sway bar links. Rear suspension noises are relatively easy to diagnose, but it helps a lot to get the car in the air and have a big prybar.
You got it right!
Didn't even need a hoist. Looked way under and the drivers sway bar link was rusted away at the bottom.
Cheapest I found them was Advance auto.
$20 for 2 plus another 20% off .
$7 for metal cut-off wheels at Harbor Junk.
Driveworks sway bar links do not fit well . They look like Mevotech . Another cheap China brand. All the other brands I have installed slipped right in. These are a touch long and you have to jack the trailing arm up to compress the rubber washers . Install the nut and tighten some. Then back the nut off and install the final metal washer.
Kind of a pain . The good part is that they are a little longer and hold the back end up a bit higher . They sure fixed the problem.
If you do any suspension work it is recommended to have a Metabo or similar high speed grinder. I just cut the old parts off . Why mess with rusty bolts that are going in the trash .
Total time with clean up 2 hours.
Thanks for the replies
Now its time for rear brakes.
Same side drum is rusting away.