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Hard right drift

I have an 06' 65th Anniv. Wrangler . First off I will tell you it has a 4in lift and 33x12.50x15 tires, It'z a Purty street jeep (sorry) . First off at 20,000 miles my jeeps passenger breaks when't from great to metal on metal in 5 day's. I had to tell the dealership how to fix it with out charging me 500.00 . Now after 2 alignments in 6 months my jeep is pulling hard right again. I have to hold the steering wheel to the left and not let go while going down the road. Does this sound like a breaking problem with the jeep componets.

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No...brakes issues aside(or even caused by) the frame/steering/tire/alignment issue

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