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Maxtrac spindle lift still fine after accident?

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hey guys! so i have now a new set of Maxtrac Spindles installed on my truck as the insurance decided to replace them after the accident that most of you are aware of. my body shop thinks that the spindle on the driver's side is fine but because the insurance covered it for a new one and well, Maxtrac doesn't sell them individualy so i ended up getting both sides. so do you guys think the spindle is fine or do you think there is concern for damage? it is made out of steel and it did not make contact to the ground other than the brake caliper which basically is what it fell on after the hub bearings broke off but in no way did it make contact with the pavement. please chime in on your opinion/advice? i'm looking to sell these if anyone's interested but checking to see what you guys think first?! much appreciation!

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He's already having the shop replace them, just wondering if he can sell these. I wouldn't in good conscience want to sell these to anyone. 2000+ pounds dropping on the caliper that is then attached to the spindle is a lot of weight.

Although I drove on a rear rotor that dropped on the ground after my tire fell off. Think I spent a couple hundred miles on that rotor. Haven't replaced anything else once I redid my brakes and rotors all around.
Glad you'll be back up and running soon! Take some more pics when you get it so we can see how you changed it up without the spacers and flares.
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