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Pulls to left repaced brakes exchanged wheels and had realiegned still the same.

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Its either the flexible brake pipes are closing up inside ,very badly worn lower track control arm bushes or the ma ster cylinder but it depends if its a tandem front and rear or tandem one front and one rear ,another cause is a seized caliper -now was one tight to go back in when the new pads were fitted ??if so then it could be either the seal in the caliper has corroded in the seal seat path or again the flexible pipe ,if caliper goes in easy when the bleed nipple is undone then its the flexible pipe .their is nothing else that will cause this unless you have a badly worn disk but even so i have not had worn disks cause this but i have had a different carbon content in the steel of the disks before now but it is very rare ,i would go for the flexible hoses first as this is about 90% of the problems

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