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Pulling hard right when braking

(1998 Dodge Ram 2500)
in El Cajon, CA on September 06, 2009
when i brake the front right wheel pulls very hard ton the right please help thanks
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on September 08, 2009
It could be that the left caliper is frozen and only the right caliper is grabbing and causing it to pull to the right, I have the same truck and every time I change the brake pads I have to pull the slide pins in the caliper and relube them because they are frozen in place
on March 03, 2010
i have the exact same problem with my 98 ram 2500 diesel, and have spent over $800 at two different shops changing out everyyhing they can think of, including both calipers, with no change. both machanics are stumped.
on October 05, 2010
a pontiac i had kept the brakes on side pulling the car. auto parts guy said replace the rubber brake line as sometimes they collapse inside. fixed my car.
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