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Old 08-28-2013, 05:02 AM
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Originally Posted by Korn3199 View Post
truck's been pulling to the left, pretty badly, since the day i got it. only at high speeds. anybody else have the issue? i would say it's obviously just a wheel alignment fix, but i've heard of air suspension being the culprit as well.

anybody go for a wheel alignment only to have to go back to adjust the suspension (re-calibrate)?
Assuming you have the inflation correct, you may have a bent or loose or defective tie-rod.
If the tire swap doesn't fix the problem, inspect the tie rods and steering.
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