Thread: X5 T-Boned
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Old 06-10-2013, 08:13 PM
Aquila Aquila is offline
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Hard to tell without pictures. However, if it was T-Boned enough to move / turn that rear wheel in, chances are the suspension is bent / broken and compromised. Additionally, you say the car can't drive straight at all - that suggests frame damage which can result from the B pillar area or rear quarter panel being damage or bent. In a place like California that car would be totaled.
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