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Ive got a towed in right rear wheel on a 04 pt cruiser rear quarto wreck where more than likley should i start looking to get this wheel straight axle spindle watts link or complete rear end change


Unibody should be checked @ a body shop that has measuring system to check length, width, height. If thats good replace rear suspension then get vehicle aligned. It will be safe and won't wear out your tires prematurely.

May 12, 2015 | 2004 Chrysler PT Cruiser

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Want to change 14" 4


Make sure you change out the speedometer gear for the proper ratio when you do that. If you go to a larger rim and use standard tires it will effect the accuracy of the speedometer. You will have to check with the Ford dealer or specialty tire shop about that effect though. I do not recommend low profile tires on that particular vehicle. You can get 4 lug Rims for your vehicle in the sizes you are looking for but you also need to be careful that the selection you make doesn't require body modification otherwise you will have to do that first or face possible control and safety problems from the tires rubbing the body structure.

Sep 12, 2011 | 1992 Ford Mustang

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Where can i buy a rear wheel for this bicycle


Bike shop, eBay, Performance Bicycle catalog? Look for a 26-inch MTB wheel with a Shimano 7-speed cassette body on it. If that makes no sense, take it to a bike shop and get it right the first time. They'll also have the special tools to transfer your gears to the new wheel.

Wanna see what's involved?

http://www.parktool.com/blog/repair-help/categories/cassette-and-freewheel-service

Feb 06, 2011 | kawasaki KDX126 Dual Suspension Bicycle

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How to replace a altenator on a 2003 mazda tribute lx v6


pain in the *** to change
have to remove passenger wheel, splash guard, serpentine belt, drive axle, fight to get out of small hole frame / body in way takes 3 or so hours I would suggest taking it to a shop to be done

Oct 20, 2009 | 2003 Mazda Tribute

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How do I remove the steering wheel from a 1997 Chevy blazer?



Hi,

If you are trying to remove the steering wheel to change the ignition switch, then you may not have to. The switch is on the steering column about 1/2 down towards the floor, and has a rod that runs from the key cylinder & locking part. You dont need to remove the steering wheel, but if you do so, I suggest you to take some help from some Paint and Body shop so that they can direct you to do it properly and safely.

Do let me know if it helped.

Kanu

Oct 04, 2009 | 1997 Chevrolet Blazer

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I need to put on another air bag but cant get the


That should be done by a technician. Even if you succeed in changing it, there's no guarantee that it'll work. Any decent body shop can do that job. Let them quote you, and if it sounds like too much $$$, try another shop.

Jun 16, 2009 | 2005 Volkswagen New Beetle Convertible

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Noisy Rear Mavic Ksyrium Hub


Sounds like a road wheel with a worn FTS-L freehub body. You'll need to have it replaced.

What happens is that the nylon bushing wears, causing there to be play between the freehub and the nose of the wheel. Once there is enough play, the freehub can actually vibrate against the nose, causing noise and friction - which is why you see the chain slacken. This is commonly called the "squeal of death," meaning it is an indication that the freehub body is "dead."

A new FTS-L freehub body should be about $50-60 and shop shouldn't charge more than about $20 to change it out. Just be sure to tell the shop one very important thing:

"Do not lose the metal washer that sits on the axle between the outer bearing of the freehub body and the outer bearing of the nose of the wheel!"

This is so incredibly important - but time and time again, shop mechanics will lose this washer before they reassemble the wheel, causing a series of nightmares with the wheel.

Jun 09, 2009 | Mavic Ksyrium Elite Wheelset

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Bald tires


You definitely have a wheel alignment problem. Body shops rarely check this unless it is obvious to YOUR eye. Take it to a really good tire shop where they have a four wheel alignment machine. Ask them if you can have a print-out of the end results. You don't need to have a clue what the print-out says, this just insures that they have good modern equipment and they are willing to let you check out the results.
Don't bother with the body shop, I can almost promise you they won't have a wheel alignment machine. Maybe you can chase down your insurer or the body shop for new tires. especially with a before and after print-out.

Mar 12, 2009 | 2005 Chevrolet Equinox

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1992 Lesabre Buick wheel Knocked off Axle


Wheel was knocked off? Front or rear?
Most definitely will be a wheel bearing involved.
The parts if it is just a rear bearing should be under $50 , Under $70 for the front, and do check the rotors and calipers and brake pads, that is a good hit . If you feel the need to change any brake parts, always change that part on both sides.

Jan 15, 2009 | 1992 Buick LeSabre

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WHEEL TOUCHING BODY.


Hi,there are few things that you can get at some auto parts to put inside the rear springs , you can cut the iner lips on the quarterpanels ,but this should be done by a pro,(hope this help)

Aug 13, 2008 | 1994 Honda Civic

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