Thanks, mine now pulls to the right and pretty bad tire rub on plastic liner. That’s what I’m afraid of, never being the same.Sorry that happened. Hope you are ok.
That happened to my 85 4wd. Came out of a work party and it had been hit from behind and thrown on the sidewalk. Took it to the Dealer and they sent it to their body shop ( most dealers do not have their own body shop, they just charge you more).
It was never the same. Alignment was never right and it towed weird.
They may fix it, but chances are good it will never be right.
Part it out.Need some help, I have a 2019 Trd Pro, I was stopped in traffic and rear ended by a Corolla probably going about 40-50 mph and I’m not even sure if he tried to brake. Knocked the hell out of me, after looking under my truck it appears that both sides of the frame might have damage, looks like bowed down just forward of where the factory hitch bolts onto the frame. The hitch receiver is now angled down, the mounting plate from the hitch to the frame have moved about 1/8-1/4 inch. Also, the tailgate and bedside panels are no longer flush not to mention there is about a half inch difference in the height from one side to the other. It looks like his insurance is taking responsibility but they are telling me to take it to a small shop vs dealer which will be on insurance side and not mine. Can the frame be straightened or need new frame? One year old truck with 9K miles and not a scratch on it prior. View attachment 151328 View attachment 151329
Depends on the quality of the shop honestly and how close they get to factory specs.Just heard from the body shop, progressive wants them to try to pull the frame to straighten then get them back with the results. Not sure how I feel about this crap. Any thoughts?