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If you threw anything out of whack, I believe the TCS wouldn't work and you'd get an alarm. Also, if you feel no vibrations, drives straight, I'd say the suspension is alright. As for other stuff banged up, look at the bottom and look for scrapes. If you don't see any, you're good to go. Scrapes, look closer for damage. Just my opinion
What were you driving (profile part says "2014 Ford Mustang v6 (soon)")?
I'ld hate to do that in one of my F-150 4x4s even. Yeah, I'ld check underneath really well. Hard to believe alignment isn't knockered,
but sometimes luck rides along with us.
I drove one front wheel up on a 4-6 inch verticle curb while turning, i was only going like 2 mph but I thought I messed up my car from the feel of it, ended up doing no damage at all, not even a scrape on the rim
2011 5.0 6 speed manual BAMA tuned with 20x10.5 Forgestar f14's with 315/35/20 Bridgestone s007, 19x9's with 275/40/19 Bridgestone Potenza S-04 Pole Position, Koni sport adjustable dampers, Steeda sport springs on the front, stock springs rear, Steeda 101mm CAI, UMI adjustable panhard bar, J&M Extreme joint LCA's, Strano adjustable front sway bar, Eibach camber bolts, QTP electric cuouts, stock mufflers.
I would take it in and have them check it out and check the wheels to see if they are bent at all. When I first got mine I went to make a turn and took the passenger side over a curb front and back. It did not hurt anything but I still had it checked out.
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