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Car pulls when I brake - help


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Regular 72 02, I adjusted the rear brakes,

changed tie rods and replaced a bent lower control

arm, the car still pulls to the right when braking.

Each "fix" has made a slight improvement.

My next guess is that it could be one of the calipers

or a brake hose. The brakes seem weak too.

I have rotors, calipers and hubs from when I

upgraded the tii to big brakes. Can these tii parts

fit a regular 02? Or should I go directly to the 76

parts car?

TIA

Michael

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Car pulls like a mofo to the left under braking. I just replaced all four front lines, new tie rods and new springs. Calipers? someone said something about worn control arm bushings? I bought a caliper rebuild kit just in case. Anything I should watch out for?

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they rust up to the point that they don't work, and then, viola (cello?) they pull.

Or they rust up enough to bind, heat the rotor, cook the pads, and then that side won't brake as well...

Really.

It's your calipers. If the lines aren't ancient.

t

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