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Old 09-10-2012, 10:12 PM
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hmmmm. see the reason I was leaning towards the mud was because I drove it a whole day, completely covered still at 55/60mph and didn't feel a thing. It rained, washed a lot of the mud off, then it started. So i figured the rain washed the mud off leaving it unbalanced in spots and thats when it started. If the wheel was bent, I should have felt it immediately. And why did it get worse? Wouldn't a bent wheel have a constant effect, or could it in fact worsen with driving? Thanks for the help. I'm really nervous. I just got the truck and kinda feel like an idiot for maybe messing it up. But i feel it should be able to handle the little bit it did, it was a construction site for crying out loud, not a rocky mountain.
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