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I hit the curb! The tire was **** and the rim was damaged. ..

I replaced the tire and rim. I do hear a sound, not loud but a ... light grinding sound that goes in and out, while I'm driving? I can feel it while I step on the gas and go, and can't feel it when I step on the brake's. My other friends think I'm crazy and they dont feel or hear anything..... Not sure if it's the axle?

But it drives great...except the little sound...I'm scared

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  • sessica_29 Jul 16, 2009

    how much does that cost? I did replace the tire and rim and they did do an alignmenT. iT DRIVES STRIGHT. IS THIS GOING TO BE COSTY?

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Sounds like you damage the wheel bearing. you need to have a mechanic drive it. he can tell just by the sound. hope this helps

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