Its really weird, like when pulling into my garage, and the ground shifts up about 2" straight across, so when i pull in STRAIGHT with both wheels approaching at the same time and go over the sharp bump, it makes a really loud thump, metal noise, almost like my shocks arent bolted in and they just bag around, ONLY when both wheels go over it at the same time, otherwise, when im going over 1 wheel bumps and potholes, its fine
What could be loose? Its a really ugly sound, feels like something is TOTALLY not bolted in...really weird, its hard to diagnose too....im gonna go through all the bolts but where should i start?
Also, ever since i hit that curb on the freeway at 100mph+ on the drivers side wheel and cracked the wheel, my suspension hasnt been the same. The steering wheel has to be turned a tad bit to the right in order for the car to go straight, and even when i got my allignment done, they said the alignment was fine, but i think its something to do with the steering or maybe something is bent.
So if i let go of the wheel, the car goes slightly to the right. To go straight i gotta hold it a bit turned to the right...any suggestions?
Camber is ok on both sides, only about 1.1* negative