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Hi everyone.

Yesterday, the wife returned home without the car because of a flat tyre. I was despatched to fix. Of course, she'd shredded the wall of the tyre and the spare was knackered! I trip to the local garage remedied the situation with 2 part worns duly fitted.

However, my problem is this. Since replacing the nsf wheel with one of these new tyres, the car bow pulls markedly to the right and the steering wheel is no longer in the central position when driving staight (over to the left).

I've had tyre pressures and tracking checked this morning and all appears OK. I then swapped the newly fitted tyre/ wheel combination with the 'new' spare, to no avail.

Anybody got any idea why a tyre change should bring about this condition or is it simply coincidence with another problem breaking out?

Any advice welcome.
 

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hummm.................Sounds like shes hit a kirb fast!........Do you have an specialist anywere? Get them to check you top and lower mounts and for maybe a bent strut...............on the plus side, if you have a bent strut she cant kick your *** if you get Konis!
 
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