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It's almost guaranteed that you bent something if your geometry is off; wheel crooked and a pull in any direction. Regardless of whether you can see bent parts or not, you will want to have this looked at by a shop with the means to measure the degree of damage. Besides bent suspension members you may have damaged mounting points or the subframe, and it's possible that the car may need to be pulled straight on a rack in order to be properly aligned.

Step 1 will be to have this looked at by a professional; I recommend an alignment shop. Be careful as to whom you choose for a shop; your local Pep-Boys may have an alignment rack and can set toe on a car in otherwise good shape, but you want to go and see a shop which only does alignments and repairs. This might include some of your local independent tire dealers, but be sure to establish with the shop that they are capable of real diagnosis and repair and aren't just an installer.

Mike
 
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