Dragondrummer Posted May 12 Share Posted May 12 (edited) Hi all ,I've been lurking on these pages for 2 years, this is my first (desperate) post. To cut a long story story short ,I kerbed my rear nearside wheel fairly hard ,but not to cause any serious damage to the alloy,(20 inch). I had a 4 wheel alignment check ,all good up front and rear offside, however, the rear nearside is now showing toe in ,and is the cause for a slight pull to the left,(about 5 degrees steering wheel deflection to the right to correct). The vehicle is a fixed beam arrangement ,so has no toe adjustment. My question is this, what is the likely hood of the stub axle mounting being bent,(needing a new rear beam),or is it possible just the stub axle itself has shifted/bent or the whole beam has shifted on its bushings? The camber is out too, readings as follows. camber 0.41% Toe 0.35% Although I hit the kerb with a thump it did not seem enough to be catastrophic, Any thoughts? Thanks folks. Dave. Edited May 12 by Dragondrummer Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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