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Truck Pulls Left

My 2009 F250 4x4 has a pull to the left. The front-left wheel is covered in brake dust while the other wheels are not. Many times when I'm pulling up to a stop sign an push the brakes, the truck really pulls left. Do these trucks have sticky caliper issues or can it be something else? My truck does pull left going down the highway also. With only 52,000 miles I'm hoping the front-end doesn't need major repairs.

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