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Old 02-19-2015, 08:18 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Driving home from work. hit a big ass pothole. now my 2006 alto is pulling to the left. I noticed how after she seemed to be toed out greatly (but the tracking machine said she was toed in) so I tracked the steering. I put the 2 front wheels parallel, and the steering wheel was still centered. but not she's worse than ever. And the pull to the left is even stronger than before. I've had her up on my mates ramp and cannot see any visible damage. I know something is bent or out of shape somewhere, but what, I don't know. could some one tell me where the weaker points are? whats gonna bend first? I don't know if it is the bottom wish bone? bent strut? track control arm seems fine.

please help some one
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