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Old 05-26-2013, 02:25 PM   #36
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Ouch. Everything's outta whack. Door, wheel. Ask if your insurance covers it. Time for you to get some new wheels man, those are a tad to big and flashy
No kidding man, what was this impact
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Did you hit a curb or something? You'll probably need to realign the fender, possible repair where it bed on. Check your spindle you probably bent or broke it. You're going to have to buy a new spindle. And the wheel is done man. Better and more cost effective to buy a new set than repair because you'll probably need a new tire as well
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Old 05-26-2013, 07:53 PM   #38
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Did you hit a curb or something? You'll probably need to realign the fender, possible repair where it bed on. Check your spindle you probably bent or broke it. You're going to have to buy a new spindle. And the wheel is done man. Better and more cost effective to buy a new set than repair because you'll probably need a new tire as well
Are they still spindles? I forgot hat they're called. It's on the tip of my tongue. Dammit these things
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Old 05-28-2013, 10:51 PM   #39
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Yea I hit the curve pretty hard but I got all my parts already and my tires with rims but there 16' I like my 18' better but not much I can do about it now
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Yea I hit the curve pretty hard but I got all my parts already and my tires with rims but there 16' I like my 18' better but not much I can do about it now
Dude did the impact mess up ur door?
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My fender was pushed upward by the force of the tire and I had to get a new rack and pinion since it was all bent
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My fender was pushed upward by the force of the tire and I had to get a new rack and pinion since it was all bent
Wow man I feel your pain


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Litteraly lol
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Yea I got it fix but is not 100% like it use to be before the impact I still have to buy one more part then I want to switch back to my 18' rims once I get a bit more income down my way
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Yea I got it fix but is not 100% like it use to be before the impact I still have to buy one more part then I want to switch back to my 18' rims once I get a bit more income down my way
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Wow man I feel your pain

Litteraly lol
Wtf happened?
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Old 05-28-2013, 11:20 PM   #46
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Wow man I feel your pain

Litteraly lol
Wow that looks worse than mine but that's the thing all the damage was underneath thankfully not much was done to the exterior

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Well all I put was

•Rack and pinion
•Tie rod
•Frame with bolt joint
•Spindle
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Old 05-28-2013, 11:21 PM   #47
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Oh I'm surprised someone still don't know, I have to explain alot on here lol
I bought it this way, basically previous owner was at stop sign in front of his house cummins ran the stop sign and hit mustang, creased the door and quarter(that's what was beat out so could be driven till fixed)
Frame straight, and guy fought to keep clear title so it's a clear title mustang that I bought for only $900 because it needs door and quarter, only cost $200 after that's fixed it's worth $4000

They didn't fix because they bought new mustang, gotta have it green
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Hope the damage isn't too serious, best of luck trying to straighten it out!
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Hope the damage isn't too serious, best of luck trying to straighten it out!
No frame is straight, I'd don't dog walk, we made sure of it, just creased door and quarter
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Oh, okay. Good to hear
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Oh, okay. Good to hear
Yeah trust me I wldnt of wasted my time for a crooked frame
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Old 06-07-2013, 12:55 AM   #52
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Anybody know a bit info on ls engines I was thinking of swapping my engine, but was wondering if I needed anything else before I swap it
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Old 06-07-2013, 12:57 AM   #53
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I replace this part and now my mustang is finally straight
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