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I hit the curb so now my left front wheel is bent. its not my rim so what is it?

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U probably bent a tie rod take ur car to a tire place have them look at this if u can,if this is a front wheel drive u have alot more problems

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what is it you are asking, sounds like you know which parts to replace?

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