Nope...bone stock 2 wheel drive. No lift, or level kit.
Original tires where bridgestones.
At 19000 the dealer put on Michelins thinking the Bridestones had a radial warp.
They said the original tires were worn funny as well. I argued that they aligned the truck & that was why they wore funny, so they put on the new set at no charge. Truck still pulled right
My alignment wasn't that bad from the factory. It just pulled right. I feel I should have never let anyone touch the truck. It just got worse. The truck has always pulled right as soon as you let go of the steering wheel.
I drive my wifes prius & it takes awhile to drift right, crown of the road. I test drove a new Tundra & it drove fine. My 2010 from day one has always darted right. I hate it, pretty fed up.
No lift, no accident, I don't beat on it.
I think something happened to it being brought to the dealer where I purchased it. The dealer got the truck for me from another dealer out of state. Maybe it was tied down wrong on the flatbed, I don't know. Everyones inspection saw nothing bend. Everyone aligns it into spec. Everyone agrees it pulls right. Everyone does not know what's wrong with it.
Some kind of odd pressure in the power steering rack causing this is another idea?
Anyone know of the term used for left & right force on the steering wheel & if that can be adjusted?