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Default Popping/clicking noise on aftermarket suspension

Hello i posted this in a local forum on facebook, but i was wanting to see if i'd get the same responses on here. I have a 2005 civic ex that is on coilovers (unsure what brand) but i get a clicking or popping noise when i turn the car. I mainly notice it when im parking or backing out of my driveway but i do also hear it sometimes when i'm turning on just a normal road under normal driving conditions. I had my mechanic look at my suspension as i thought maybe something was loose but they told me everything looked correct and tight. the guys on the forum on facebook all basically said they thought it was the axles (cv joints) They suggested i just replace them. Do you guys agree, or has anyone experienced something similiar?
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Oh I'll add this in as well idk if it matters or not but i can also hear the noise when the car is just parked and i turn the wheels , to me it sounds like it is coming mainly from the right front but just the front of the car by the wheels in general.
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Unsure of what brand coilovers you have....

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Who did you take it to
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So I talked to the guy I bought the car from, he says he knows what it is and that I need needle bearings. However, he said he is unsure of the size and that he had ordered some before he sold the car and they were too small. is there anyway I can tell what size I would need? I have TEIN coilovers btw.
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