Question about 2008 Chevrolet Impala
The a-frame is bent would that make the tires bold on the in side
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If the engine cradle is bent or the sub frame, I'd get rid of it. If the control arm is bent, that is replaceable. With a broken axle, I'd be suspicious of the transmission as things tend to move much further then "snap back" during impact. Doing the work yourself will save a lot of $ and if you use scrap yard parts, even more (will also cut your losses if it doesn't work out well). Don't bother doing anything with the fender etc 'till you are sure it goes straight after replacing the items you mentioned. (after installing, have it aligned)
You are the best judge of whether you will keep it. You drove it every day and know what you had better than anyone else does. Time is also a factor...how long can you lay it up???
Posted on Mar 08, 2010
Well you can measure from the lower front balljoint with a tape measure all the way back to the middle of the rear axle housing on the same side,then do that for the other side your measurements probabley won't be the exact same on both sides but should be within about a 1/4 of and inch.Then you can do the cross measure way by taking the tape measure and going from the left front lower balljoint to the right rear axle housing then do the same for the other side.This should also be within about 1/4 of an inch.
Posted on Apr 02, 2010
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