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Rear wheel axel making noise and wobbles, also one tire turns while other does not.

I have a 2005 ford mustang, i was burning tire on a turn miss caculated the turn and hit a curb. my rim broke when i hit it .i bought a rim at the junk yard and now i lifted the car up and put it in drive it makes noise while turing and the tire wobbles. wondering if the axel is the problem or what other thing could it be? could some please give me advise please and thank you

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You bent the axle and bearings probably broke too

Posted on Apr 09, 2015

Testimonial: "i have replace the outer bearing and looked at the axel does not look bent or broke? should i replace it anyways?"

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    yes you should

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Yes the axel must be bent

Posted on Apr 09, 2015

Testimonial: "do you guy suggest going to junkyard to buy one which is 100$ or buying a new one for 289$?"

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