replaced front calipers & hydraulic hoses, bled system why does truck pull left? on 2000 Ford F-350 Super Duty

truck pulls left even without braking. pulls worse when applying brakes tire were switched and alignment & parts are OK

by in Spartanburg, SC on March 27, 2014
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2 answers 6 comments
ANSWER by , March 27, 2014
Check your outer tie rod ends
COMMENT by , March 28, 2014
Thanks I'll try that!
ANSWER by , March 27, 2014
Were pads worn evenly on both sides?
COMMENT by , March 28, 2014
New pads!
COMMENT by , March 28, 2014
I meant the old pads that came off. I figured there might have been a problem with your brakes , since you replaced the calipers and hoses , that would lead me to believe the old parts might give some clue as to the origination of problem now. Just a randum thought..........
COMMENT by , March 31, 2014
Yes! Right side was worn to excess. We replaced calipers on both sides & hoses & also lubricated and freed slides . I do appreciate any thoughts as to you may have as to a possible solution!
COMMENT by , April 03, 2014
Any problem with left rear brake wear?
COMMENT by , April 07, 2014
Thanks I'll Check that! Tom