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The steering pulls to the right--very much. Unless you hold on to the steering wheel, the car leaves one lane and drives all the way through the other land and would end up on the curb (controlled experiment, of course)

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I'm not sure if there was a question there, or if you just wanted us to know that you're performing dangerous experiments! Lol.

Have your alignment checked as well as your front tires for uneven wear.

Good luck :)

Posted on May 25, 2011

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