maybe the fix-a-flat sat in 1 side of the tire and dried causing a bad imbalance which then bent your axle?
Originally posted by Torx@Aug 23 2005, 08:20 AM~3675294
naw, i was basically testing the ride and what i needed to modify to safely drive.
damn, i aint askin to get dogged out here, im here to get some professional advice.
i put the original wheel back on and its not wobbling. i see a very slight slight wobble but i think thats normal..
jack your car in the air from the rear diff
take both wheels off take both adapters off
fasten the lug nuts back on the drums so they are secure and tight
carefully start car put in drive let the axel spin look at the studs and if they spin traight all is fine wheel is fucked
if the brake drums spin crooked axel is bent
if the car was spinning straight before you put rims and all you did was drive home with bent rims my feeling is you did not bend axel
i think you got a bent wheel
let me know
but my advice is amatuer not pro buy any means
just common sense , what i said is how i would diagnose whether it's the car or rim
it might even be a bent adapter but i doubt it
anyway you will get to the bottom of it , like you said when you got time
yea, as soon as i get more energy to mess with it, imma let you guys know.
its not the ball joints, its the rear driver side wheel thats the problem..