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Front end alignment

My 01 Ford f 250 pulls to the right real bad, and wearing my tires really bad. I had it aligned and still have the same problem. How do I fix it?

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  • machinegunke Mar 02, 2009

    Not sure if they did that. And I don't know what caster reading are sorry.

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Did they cross rotate the front tires to check for a radial tire pull problem? And could you please let me know what the right and left caster readings are. Thanks

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