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just put a leveling kit and 295/70/18 tires on my 2010 tundra. with the stock tires everything seems fine, after doing level kit, tires and front end alingment, truck pulls to the left when i brake. any ideas what is causing this?
 

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Only when you brake? Normally if the truck pulls when the brake is applied this indicates a bad caliper opposite to the side its pulling.
 
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yea thats what i was thinking too, but with only 27000 miles i wouldnt think its a caliber, will tear it apart and check it tho
 

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Recheck all suspension parts after leveling... Also alignment can play a big roll in this symptoms... Any lose part in suspension can definitely cause this, especially the side it's pulling to
 
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it was fine before i had the alignment done. once i got it aligned and had tires put on, now it pulls to the left. i dont know if a caliber is hanging up and the bigger tires are making it feel worse.. shop that did alignment says no way what they did with the alignment would make it pull
 
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