Whats up everyone? So I have a Audi a5 sportback b9, 20,000 miles, no suspension work done, stock wheels, and Michelin tires. Long story short I hit a pothole and the car has not been the same since. Every time I go over road bumps the steering wheel has a fast vibration to it. It usually happen when I'm going about 30-40 mph. The rim was damaged because of the impact. I ordered a new oem rim (same one), balanced the tires, and have had an alignment done and I still feel it. The occurrence isn't as bad since I got the new rim but it is still happening and it's driving me nuts. Does anyone have any idea what it might be or what the next step is?
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