Question about 1995 Nissan 240SX
The axle may seem fine but you more than likey bent the stub axle when you hit, they are easily changeable but without looking at the car could not tell exactly, what were the readings on the alignment, if it was too far out ie. more than 2' the guy doing the alignment should have alerted you to a problem, also if the stub axle housing is not bent (which you wont see with the naked eye unless its real bad), could be lower control arm, or even chassi mount bent? technically take it to a decent independant tyre shop not beuarepairs if you know what i mean and they should be able to tell exactly what needs replacing
Posted on May 14, 2009
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