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Old 08-07-2011
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pulls to right while driving

hey guys working on a new prob with the ranger, its pulling to the right all the time while driving. If i let go of the steering wheel it goes to the right then too. It was multiplied while braking but i just got brand new rotors and pads. any suggestions? also the steering wheel shakes/ vibrates a lot. idk if its related or not. also got new wheels and tires within the last month and this set and the last set pulled to the right, so i have ruled out the front brakes and tire/ wheel being balanced. also in the past have done upper and lower ball joints and outer tie rods, and had it aligned at school, got it where camber and toe were within specs, just not sure what to do now.
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Tie rod ends? Steering rack? checked those?
Sometimes in order to drive strait, your parts won't be within spec.
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