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Back passenger tire wobbles

1996 ford crown vic, my husband slide into a swamp didnt hit anything but now rear pass tire wobbles bad, he traveling fairly fast at the time he slid into the ditch

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Check for a bent rim or axle. you will have to have on a rack to see.

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