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post #1 of 4 Old 06-01-2012, 07:23 PM Thread Starter
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Pulling to the driverside..help!!!

2004 F350 DRW...pulling hard to the driverside upon semi-hard braking..replaced front brakes, rotors and passenger side caliper..still pulls! WTF could it be? Thanks for the help guys
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Wait, you said it pulls hard to the left but only replace the right side caliper but both rotors and "brakes?" By brakes, you mean?

I'd go to the side causing issues, and pull and re grease your driver side slide pins.



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I did pull both of the driver side caliper pins, cleaned and re greased..pistons were free on that side also..replaced passenger side due to seized pins..thought that was the issue due to it only grabbing on the driverside thus pulling toward the driverside. Replaced brakes (pads) on the front..both rotors on front and passenger side caliper
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Take a drive and ceel how hot your wheels are. Mine was pulling right and my right rear rim was almost too hot to touch. Replaced caliper and the heat and pull went away.

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