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Front wheel pulls to right

While driving truck will pull to right. Front was alig and tie rods bushing replace

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Check tire condition and pressure it sounds simple but could make a world of difference.

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How do I know if my inner tie rod needs replacing? Is it just the movement of the tire or does it have any noise or severe vibration while driving?


Jack up the front until the wheels are clear. Turn the steering wheel until it locks. Then grab the tire at the 9 and 3 o'clock positions and push/pull while noting how much movement there is. There should be little to none. To verify, put jack stands first, then crawl under and do the same wiggle test while watching if there is movement of the inner rod only, not the outer tie rod end, ball joint, or control arm bushings. There shouldn't be any noise or vibration unless it's ready to grenade.

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