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Old 06-29-2011, 09:18 PM
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Originally Posted by 73F100Shortbed View Post
Could be that the brakes are not adjusted evenly in the rear, or a brake hose in the front is starting to collapse internally not letting the fluid return as quick as it should. Also check that your pads move freely and check your calipers.
rear brakes can cause the truck to pull to the side?? im in the process of adjusting the foot ram and it grabs the right side more than the left tomorrow im gonna re adjust
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