No, it's pulling to the right - bad under braking.
So here it is. Fresh alignment, new tires. Ball joints, tie rods, tack bar - all good. New front hubs/bearings. New rotors, new loaded caliper assemblies, new hoses - hell, seems like everything is new.
Running down the road the truck runs straight as a arrow. When the brakes are cold, the truck brakes, and stops great and straight.
Now, put 10 - 20 miles on it and things get warmed up and hit the brake and it pretty much hauls you hard to the right. Definitely front end. If your grip on wheel is not tight and with hard brake, it could rip the wheel out of your hand. Sucks. Has been ongoing for awhile now.
Removed the calipers assemblies and hoses, and put two new loaded assemblies and hoses on again. Cold, great, hot, still pulls bad to right. All new slide pins, greased, etc come on the assemblies. Chances of getting two new caliper assemblies that are bad and installing both on left side - slim.
Ok. Is there somewhere in the brake system that I could be getting a pressure differential? No ABS
light or scanned and no ABS
codes. Is it possible in the proportioning valve that I can get a left/right pressure variation?
I read a bunch of TSBs on brakes. Only one that struck me was the weak spring causing a pull?? I have no idea how you would check for that??
Thoughts - suggestions??