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    Thread: mk4 pulls left speed related need help

    1. Junior Member
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      01 1.8t wolfy
      08-10-2012 04:01 AM #1
      Like i said the pull is speed related its barely noticeable anywhere from 0-45 but anything above it pulls hard and i do an hour of highway driving 5 days a week so u can imagine its annoying having to fight the wheel the whole time ive done everything i can think of-

      Done in the past 2 months
      -aligned twice
      -koni yellow shocks/struts/springs
      -all four brake pads(all calipers fine)
      -new rear position CA bushings
      -multiple tire rotations(definitly not tires all have good tread)

      any ideas are greatly appreciated thx

      and getting slight wheel bearing noise on driver side but was told this wouldnt cause a pull be doing both soon regardless

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      2004 vw gti 1.8t
      08-15-2012 09:09 PM #2
      Idk too much about alignments but I would try and get a spec sheet to really make sure everything is winthin check. Make sure the toe isn't causing anything weird. Maybe just take a more detailed look around the suspension and really make sure nothing is bent. Even the slightest thing somethings can casuse problems on the highway.

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      01 1.8t wolfy
      08-20-2012 02:56 AM #3
      thx yeah ill look into it because the alignment machine i did it on said vw doesnt give a procedure to adjust caster and mine was out on one side dont remember which side or if it was pos or neg tho

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