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spun out =/

i was turning and spun ond my back left tire smacked the curb sideways and now it wobbles...i drove home about 10 miles and the axle is fine but the tire wobbles pretty bad and when i got out i smelt something like burnin....what could this be? a bent rim? or something worse =(
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Could be your axle shaft.
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prally burning rubber from the tire wiggliling down the road
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well damn this sucks
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I'd get the rear off the ground and take the tire off and inspect it. See if you have can see anything on the drum or if it all looks ok. Then just try rolling the wheel around and see how bad it is.
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take it in to the dealer have it checked. its a 2007 so its under warranty. or I would think it still is.
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yeah i took it to the tire place he said i bent the rim and put a flat spot in my tire but im getting my new rims and tires tom soo it doesnt matter
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hey it could have been worse. Better your rim and tire than an axle etc.
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a girl here rangerchick04 or something Sara is her name. she did the same thing with her 2004... BUT it they thought it was the rim.. turns out she bent the axle rim is 100% fine... got it replaced under warrenty. she did the um i looked out the mirror and notice my wheel was wobbling and idk whats wrong thing...
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a girl here rangerchick04 or something Sara is her name. she did the same thing with her 2004... BUT it they thought it was the rim.. turns out she bent the axle rim is 100% fine... got it replaced under warrenty. she did the um i looked out the mirror and notice my wheel was wobbling and idk whats wrong thing...
damn that would suckk...no they know it was the rim because they put it on the balance and you could see the rim wobble like crazy..plus there is a huge chunk missing from it
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Better safe then sorry, Ide still get it checked just to be sure, but thats just me..
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