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I got a 04 dodge with a bad wobble in the rear end coming from right side I put it on a lift and passenger rear was wobbling had tire and rim checked and they were fine is that the rear axle shaft

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It happens from time to time that the axle get bent
but usually after a hit to the wheel end
curb / ditch / or accident

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