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The car keeps a nice straight line when the steering wheel is released, doesn't pull to one side under braking either, it just vibrates from about 45mph all the way up to 70 and probably beyond that without getting any worse. Because of the shock of hitting the lump of stone I don't remember if the rear wheel hit the stone so the damage could be on that wheel and not the front. The spare will be going on there first i think. Most of the people i have spoken to about this seem to agree that damage to the rear wheel/s would cause the whole car to vibrate rather than just feeling it through the steering wheel.
Currently in chunkymunky's garage:
toyota rav4 renault megane sport tourer