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Rear wheel wobbles - Mongoose MGX Maxim Dual Suspension Mountain Bicycle

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To me it sounds like a loose hub, can be done with two wrenches called cone wrenches.

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It sounds like your spokes are loose. Unless you have experience in tightening spokes you need to take the bike or wheel to a dealer. It is very easy to get the wheel wrapped if you have never done this before.

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your best bet is to have the car towed to a ford dealer our to a differential specialist the latter may be a cheaper option.

full credit to you for jacking up your car and checking it that is more then most people do these days

good luck and let me no how you go

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