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Truck pulls to right dont think it is a caliper problem

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You could need ball joints or an inner or outer tie rod
jack up the front end and shack the tire left and right is tie rod up and down is ball joints and some times wheel bearings

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id say, (i cant drive it or feel it or test it) but...
id say, its too dangerous to drive.
pulls to right. car move to right, with no braking ,rigth>?
ok the right front , wheel bearing is seized or bad rotor/caliper.
gee, jack up front wheel, spin it by hand is it free. or loose or wobbling?
if you dont know how it should feel , then try the left side.

can be;'s?
bad wheel bearing
bad brakes ,or horrific rotor crack (man killer that is) sized caliper pistons or caliper, slider pins seized,
collision damage
or road hazard hit front right end parts and its all messed up, (look)
diagnosing on the internet is , well impossible, it takes, hands, eyes and hears. on car and test.

Id already have the wheel off looking not posting.. sure would.
I think its dangerous. so take it any mechanic, with the ASE badge
on his/her sleeve. and save you life and maybe all those folks
on the right sidewalk.

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