It's not bad bearings. It's coming from within my forks. I'll record it and maybe one of you guys can help me identify it before I send it to a shop
Not meaning to be harsh, pure brevity on my part.
"I don't think it's steering head bearings"
"I hope it's not steering heard bearings"
"It's not steering head bearings"
Says who, and on what basis, and IF someone checked, did they get the front wheel off the ground with the forks off, and check? And that is the ONLY way to properly check, and reset the bearings if necessary.
Properly prove the steering head bearings are an issue or not.
IF they are an issue, fix that first.
Regardless, remove the fork cartridges, clean and flush them and the legs and tubes, inspect all parts, put in new oil to proper level.
Then check again.
IF still a clunk, remove the brake calipers and check again. (although loss of front brake makes jouncing the front end more difficult)
How many miles on bike?
If real high mileage, the bushings and sleeves could be beyond service limit and excessive clearance resulting.
If you suspect this, then the tubes have to be removed from legs which means the upper bushing will drive out the fork seal as the tube is removed.
I listened to the video, you got good sound recorded.
What I heard sounded that it could be steering head related.