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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 07-27-05, 10:01 PM
marlimon
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GT Ford Mustang

My driveway goes over a ditch and when i was leaving I drove the front
right tire off the driveway...the bottom of the front end was then stuck
on the driveway....i managed to back up out of it but scraped the bottom
of the car really bad...now when i turn right the car makes a deep
squeaking sound...any suggestions as to what this might be?? and if it can
be easily fixed and inexpensive to fix??



 
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post #2 of 3 (permalink) Old 07-28-05, 06:01 AM
Ritz
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marlimon wrote:
> My driveway goes over a ditch and when i was leaving I drove the front
> right tire off the driveway...the bottom of the front end was then stuck
> on the driveway....i managed to back up out of it but scraped the bottom
> of the car really bad...now when i turn right the car makes a deep
> squeaking sound...any suggestions as to what this might be?? and if it can
> be easily fixed and inexpensive to fix??


There's only one way to find out. Put the car on a lift and look.
There are a number of things you could have bent by hanging the car up
on a curb-like bump. Suggest you get your driveway fixed too. 8-)

Cheers,

 
post #3 of 3 (permalink) Old 07-28-05, 01:01 PM
RichA
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On Thu, 28 Jul 2005 08:45:18 -0400, Ritz <ritz@mordor.net> wrote:

>marlimon wrote:
>> My driveway goes over a ditch and when i was leaving I drove the front
>> right tire off the driveway...the bottom of the front end was then stuck
>> on the driveway....i managed to back up out of it but scraped the bottom
>> of the car really bad...now when i turn right the car makes a deep
>> squeaking sound...any suggestions as to what this might be?? and if it can
>> be easily fixed and inexpensive to fix??

>
>There's only one way to find out. Put the car on a lift and look.
>There are a number of things you could have bent by hanging the car up
>on a curb-like bump. Suggest you get your driveway fixed too. 8-)
>
>Cheers,


I once bought Bridgestones with really high sidewalls for my 93 LX.
It could literally climb curbs and not bottom out! Now my Mach-1
with it's standard tires will bottom out if I take a speed bump
over 2mph!

 
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