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We've been told that the left front axle is bent, and that we need the whole differential to fix the problem. They told us the right side is straight, but there is a small bend in the left side that is causing the tire to sit uneven. Before i spend an exhorbitant price for a whole differential, i would like a second opinion, and was curious why we can't just replace the left axle?
Was the truck in a collision or suffer some kind of impact?
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