Question about 1991 Chevrolet Astro Extended
You may have a tire problem, you did not say if they were rotated, another issue is caster, many times the factory fixed caster is not enough to correct pull, a good front end man can adjust this with a kit or other method, the problem is most front end tech's just set the car to what the spec is and roll it out the door, be insistent they test drive it and check the issue, tell them exactly when it pulls, highway, low speed city or whatever the case may be, my Dad had a problem like yours until I hooked him up with a out of the box thinking front end tech, he fixed the pull problem first try, it was a caster adjustment, my Dad was so happy, he had 3 align's done before that, 2 under warranty.
Posted on Oct 13, 2008
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