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I recently could not avoid driving over a big hole in the road. The front drivers side wheel took the whole impact. The front skirt some how remained intact and all seems fine for now with no signs of visible damage. However is it the case that I may have damaged the suspension or wheel or is too strong for this kind of accidental manoeuvre. Please offer some reassurance advice. Grateful ! I feel dam awaful not to mention any future costs. The GS300 is like a beautiful woman and should be treated with utmost respect.

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please, please have the geometry tested, you know there has been a incident why wait for the cost of tyre replcement, beat it in advance, the Lexus setup can be recoverd,

Exactly as you point out in your website. Pot hole at 30mph. But this was no ordinary pot hole and I rekon I was probably at 35-40mph. The car shook and my groin felt no better after. It was at night. I saw it too late. However I am impressed by the strength of the mk 2 Gs300 it took it well. I spoke to my local lexus mechanic (not lexus) and he says that if theres no difference in the ride then dont worry. But I am more concerned about my alloy and the double wish suspension on the right front side then the tracking. No doubt the tracking and geometry will have been affected. Hope it has no affect on the VSC or the TRC. No bulbs fused. Where and how do I get it checked and recover 'lexus setup' ? Thanks !

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please, please have the geometry tested, you know there has been a incident why wait for the cost of tyre replcement, beat it in advance, the Lexus setup can be recoverd,

Exactly as you point out in your website. Pot hole at 30mph. But this was no ordinary pot hole and I rekon I was probably at 35-40mph. The car shook and my groin felt no better after. It was at night. I saw it too late. However I am impressed by the strength of the mk 2 Gs300 it took it well. I spoke to my local lexus mechanic (not lexus) and he says that if theres no difference in the ride then dont worry. But I am more concerned about my alloy and the double wish suspension on the right front side then the tracking. No doubt the tracking and geometry will have been affected. Hope it has no affect on the VSC or the TRC. No bulbs fused. Where and how do I get it checked and recover 'lexus setup' ? Thanks !

Where in the UK are you? the GS300 has a camber tolerance of 30', that's a nat's

**** and one nut... geometry you must have or you will pay.

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please, please have the geometry tested, you know there has been a incident why wait for the cost of tyre replcement, beat it in advance, the Lexus setup can be recoverd,

Exactly as you point out in your website. Pot hole at 30mph. But this was no ordinary pot hole and I rekon I was probably at 35-40mph. The car shook and my groin felt no better after. It was at night. I saw it too late. However I am impressed by the strength of the mk 2 Gs300 it took it well. I spoke to my local lexus mechanic (not lexus) and he says that if theres no difference in the ride then dont worry. But I am more concerned about my alloy and the double wish suspension on the right front side then the tracking. No doubt the tracking and geometry will have been affected. Hope it has no affect on the VSC or the TRC. No bulbs fused. Where and how do I get it checked and recover 'lexus setup' ? Thanks !

Where in the UK are you? the GS300 has a camber tolerance of 30', that's a nat's

**** and one nut... geometry you must have or you will pay.

I am in Bucks M40 Corridor

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