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Old 04-26-2002   #2
Sparky
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Join Date: Nov 2000
Location: Peoria, IL
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Before you go tearing apart the suspension, check all of the brakes. Since it pulls left, check the left side brakes first. If the brakes are stickng it will pull to that side. If the shop said the alignment was OK, I don't think the bushings will be the problem. Also check the air pressure in the tires, since an under-inflated tire can cause it to pull, too. Good luck.
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1987 Monte Carlo SS
305HO, K&N, cam, High flow cat, Hooker Super Comp. Cat back, all CC stuff intact and working
255/60R15(R),235/60R15(F)
In the works: roller cam 350, 12"brakes and rebuild suspension
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