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Hit a curb on driver side and now it pulls to that side

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You don't. You probably bent some suspension components and the steering geometry is not correct. This can be dangerous. Take it to a shop and let them have a look.

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SOURCE: hit a curb last night in my 04 honda civic. and

Used rim at a junk yard should be @20-30 dollars. Alignment about 45 dollars. Axle is ok and hard to mess those up. Could have split a tie rod open and that is about 50 bucks. Look to spend about 125 dollars. Hope this is what you were looking for and thanks for using FixYa.

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I bet you this is not more then a 50 dollar fix.

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