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Bent Chassis????


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Hi All

A friend of mine has just brought a 90 and it drives fine. but i noticed when looking at it from the back that the one rear tyre sticks out about 15mm and the other rear tyre is level with the arch (we have tried different wheels).

He then mentioned that it had been accident damaged very early in its life but been on the road since.

What could cause this to happen? what bits should we look at to see if parts can be replaced? what part could be bent to let this happen but still drive ok? Chassis, axle or a frame

Many Thanks

Rob

Ps he's still pleased with it.

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Hi All

A friend of mine has just brought a 90 and it drives fine. but i noticed when looking at it from the back that the one rear tyre sticks out about 15mm and the other rear tyre is level with the arch (we have tried different wheels).

He then mentioned that it had been accident damaged very early in its life but been on the road since.

What could cause this to happen? what bits should we look at to see if parts can be replaced? what part could be bent to let this happen but still drive ok? Chassis, axle or a frame

Many Thanks

Rob

Ps he's still pleased with it.

Could just be body fitment/alignment.

As white 90 says you'll have to make some measurements.

Mark

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