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Old 09-17-2010, 05:53 PM
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Wreck mess up alignment at all?.....

Well today some ding dong merged into me while we were getting on the highway. His lane ended, so he thought it would be a good idea for him to try to battle his Kia against my truck on 37s. Needless to say, he lost. Anyways, my front tire hit his door, and rubbed a huge tire mark on it and ripped the molding off.

My question is, he only got my tire, is there any change it could've affected any alignment specs or anything along those lines? I'm pretty sure he didn't hit near hard enough to mess anything up, just wanted to be sure.....
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Old 09-17-2010, 06:21 PM
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I highly highly doubt it man. Sounds like just a rub and your tire took the brunt of any force. Maybe take it to one of those "free alignment check" shops. There's a few around my home that'll hook it up for free just to look. Belle Tire is one of them
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Like they say "rubbin's racin" good thing you have the bigger vehicle. Sucks they give a license to darn near everyone!
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I would have it checked out to make sure. Hope it's OK but best to make sure.
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