March 8, 2006My right front wheel seems to pull harder than the rest of my brakes, I've adjusted the wheel cylinder and it still pulls harder? has anyone had this problem?
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March 8, 2006There are so many things that can contribute to a brake pulling that it would be hard to identify without a look. The shoes could be contaminated by wheel bearing grease or brake fluid, the other wheel could be the problem in that it is not keeping up with balance beween the two, the cylinder itself could be malfunctioning, the drums could be uneven in size from turning or wear, you may be be delivering equap brake fluid pressure to both front wheels, your tires pressures could be uneven, etc, etc. Hope this helps.
March 8, 2006ran into this before. what we found was the left front had air still in line and we reblead it a couple of times and fixed the problem.
If you drove a Ford you wouldn`t need a good wrench!!
March 8, 2006vince does brakes only e mail him at www. chtopping.com
March 9, 2006The hand pump works the best to get all the air out.
March 9, 2006Just make sure that no one steps on the brakes for a brake light check when the drums are off...but who would do a thing like that?
March 9, 2006Don't know....who would that be?
You can NEVER have too much horsepower