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Brakes pulling 97 jeep wrangler frt brakes pulling to left 33" tires & 4"lift all new

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  • case2324 Aug 09, 2008

    it's at the alignment shop . its alingned properly. we switched pads from side to side , still pulling left. not grabing

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Alignment or brake is catching on the left side

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