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Old 07-07-2011, 03:54 AM
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Truck Pulls When Braking...

Havent been on in a while, sorry about that. Working too much.... My truck has pulled forever but its terrible now. Drivers side rear caliper slowly siezed up monday, replaced that one with rotor and front right caliper yesterday. Front right caliper is because bleeder screw broke off in caliper, just easier to replace a caliper that had 235000 on it.

Truck Still Pulls. New Brake hose in rear from caliper to center axle. Newer left front caliper and hose within 10000 miles. Only origional caliper is the right rear, caliper is in perfect working order. Truck always pulls to the right. Rotor temperatures are always exact per axle and all pads are exactly the same level without wearing in an odd way.

I am at a loss. Truck drives great, doesnt pull or shake. Braking just gets annoying all the time.

If anyone can help that would be great.
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