So there I was...I had just gotten my machine back from the 15,000 mile service. I usually have Les Schwab rotate my tires but I had the dealership do it this time. I drove 60 mph on highway, then was driving about 20 mph when I heard a metallic grinding after a small bump in road...felt like the rear driveshaft was disintegrating. I immediately stopped and found my rear left wheel had come off and the rear drum was just barely sitting on the edge of the wheel. Chewed the service manager out...they are fixing it. It had appeared that the bolts had been sheared off but after squeezing the drum/wheel together the lugs seemed to push further through the drum. So mechanic dude either left em off or didn't put em back on all the way.
So I'm glad I didn't die on the highway. What are the thoughts of how much damage had been done? the lugs, wheel, and drum were pretty messed up, they are replacing. Any suggestions/thoughts of other extensive damage that could have been done to my drive train?