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Rear wheel is wobbling

As the rear wheel is wobbling, it makes a noise as well like the axle is bent.

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I wouldn't drive it because the wheel could come off if the bearings go out, and they might. Have it towed to a shop and have a mechanic look at it. This condition is DANGEROUS.

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