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    jaketime81 is offline Senior Member
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    automatic transmission with t-case

    When I apply the breaks at any speed, while the wheel is turned left, it pulls extreemely to the left. When the wheel is right or strait it feels normal.
    I just replaced my break pads, calipers, rotors, and bled the break lines.
    I had it alighned when i put my lift on (3 months ago) and had the alignment checked last week.
    Is there any thing with the suspention that might cause this problem? maybe track bar or something?

    Its my 97!

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    avyoung is offline Senior Member
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    Try to blead the brakes again. You may not have gotten all of the air.
    80 CJ5 258, T-176, D300, D30, M20, Tera Flex Discos, Blazer Blower, Power Stearing, Power Brakes, Detroit Locker, Superior shafts, 32\" Mud Kings

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