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      06-08-2016, 10:46 AM   #6
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Originally Posted by Centmaker View Post
Thanks feuer, that's what I was looking for. I will do that and report back. If the bushings are worn out that would mean in the front and back since toe is visibly out in the back and steering is crooked. It had a new used subframe put in the back. I don't think I got any new bushings, so could an impact on the front wheel that's bad enough to damage the hub damage bushings? The shop actually waited to fix the entire back end before spinning the front wheel and hearing the hub grind. It's how they underestimated.

Jeez, wait, you needed an entire new rear subframe??? How hard was the car hit and where? Sounds like a lot more to this story.
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