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My rear tire on my audi a6 2.7tt quatro is not straight what is bent?

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  • Jaimecasas1 May 11, 2010

    Does it wobble or limp, or just tilt or leans.

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Has the tyre been trmoved recently ?
It could just be that it has been refitted not using the Audi spike supplied to ensure that the rear disc and wheel are properly centered. Try loosening the bolts ands wriggling it to see if it reseats both propery.

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