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Old 01-29-2015, 02:08 PM   #1
carriebeary
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Unibody damage ?

Our 2010 Nissan Maxima SV had a front end collision. We had the frame measured. It is out of spec in the front end only at the radiator support. Spec is 3 on both driver and passenger side. Our car measured 7 on the passenger side and 4 on the driver. All other places measured were within spec. It also said all #'s measured in millimeters and tolerance was +/- 3 mmm. The car drives nice and smooth. All parts open and close as they should. Is it safe to drive? Expensive to fix? Any help would be great. I love this car and would like to fix it. Thanks

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