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Timbo, Sounds like the right back brake hardware may be damaged or seizing. Take in for free inspection at some larger repair places. To show your appreciation press the helpful button and follow me on fixya for more tips and info.
your caliers are locked on the rotor this is usually caused by air in the brake lines bleed the brakes starting from passenger rear driver rear passenger front then driver front bleed until you have a steady stream of fluid you can buy a one man bleeding kit from you r local auto parts store. i just took care of the same problem on my brother in laws mazda after same repairs!
Its probably the rubber hose that goes between the metal break line and the caliper. That hose is like a 2 way valve that lets fluid into the caliper when brakes are applied and lets fluid back out when brakes are released. These hoses deteriorate and stop letting fluid back out causing the brake to stay tight against rotor.
You say they replaced basicly everything that involes the rear brakes.
Every step they took to find the problem could lead to the solution,BUT
did they check the inboard brakes. The brake system on a jeep that has
rear rotors have inboard shoes for the parking brake.
You could have a parking brake cable that is frozen (this will cause a
drag on the inboard brakes. Do you use the parking brake? Maybe the
parking brake shoes are adjusted too tight?
Sounds like it was pulling before the brake job...if so the only thing you didn't replace was the rotors, I assume you turned them? and did you see hard spots on the rotor? discolored area that didn't cut the same......switch the rotors left to right and see if the problem moves or just replace them if they've been cut twice.