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shadow88

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After installing my lift, I replaced the front brake hoses, when I went to bleed the brakes I broke the bleeder off the right side caliper, I tried to replace the the bleeder but no luck so I just bought a new right side caliper since I've never had trouble with my brakes before, now when I brake it pulls to the left, could this be because I only replaced one side? I know this seams like a obvious question but I just want some reassurance that I'm not missing something
 


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And both brake calipers were replaced three years ago
 

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I've been doing some reading and I thought of that, I have good pedal so I didn't think that was it but I'll try bleeding it again,
 

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Well, it will pull to the side that slows down faster. So it sounds like the older caliper is doing more work. I would say air.
 

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