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How much is it off? What is it doing? It sounds like (in those 7 words) that you may have bent something in the front end, which has caused a wheel to be out of alignment. Start by going to a good garage that does alignments. They can tell you what needs to be done (replaced) and THEN they can do an alignment. good luck countrycurt0

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