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Old 08-04-2008, 07:08 PM
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truck is pullin hard right?

Alright guys I need a little help with my latest problem. When I put my truck in 4x4 and stall it up to launch, my truck will pull REAL hard to the right when i get out of 4x4. It's not just a little pull like a mis-alignment, it seems like it wants to make a 90 degree turn. After a few good hard pushes on the brakes it seems to go back to normal. I didn't know if it was possible for a brake pad to stick and cause the truck to pull to one side or what.

thanks for any help
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i would look at your brakes man. lubricate your calipers and make sure you can turn the rotor when you got it jacked up here look at this link here is how to lubricate the caliper
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Old 08-04-2008, 07:16 PM
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i would look at your brakes man. lubricate your calipers and make sure you can turn the rotor when you got it jacked up here look at this link here is how to lubricate the caliper
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thanks red, should I just try the right side first since thats the side it pulls to?
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Old 08-04-2008, 07:22 PM
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thanks red, should I just try the right side first since thats the side it pulls to?
i would just jack the front end up and take tires and wheels off and just inspect them both and while you got the front end up in the air try to just spin the right side with your hand and look to see if your pad is rubbing or what. look at your brake pads on both side and see if one side has less pad than the other and i would just take those caliper bolts out and use some dry lubricant.
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alright thanks a lot I appreciate it, hopefully I will be able to find out what the problem is.
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ya if you have any more problems just pm i will try to give you my best answer and if i am stumped i will send you do the right person that can help.

thats the best i can think of man just try that and if dont work i would see if its out of alinment or a bad tire or something
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