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86 s10 4x4 got an alignment done for it but still pulls left. Had the mechanic check bearings. Is it possible that the rotor is warped? And the break is not pressing against the rotors evenly? Shoot me some thoughts please and thanks

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If its had bearings repacked or rotor replaced.. it just could be to tight. alot of people turn that big nut like crazy

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