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    Hmm...my '11 WRX also pulls slightly to the right...I guess I will be going to the dealer soon

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    Quote Originally Posted by L37 View Post
    Hmm...my '11 WRX also pulls slightly to the right...I guess I will be going to the dealer soon
    Just make sure that it's not pulling to the right because of the roads. They are usually crested in the middle. This tends to push the car to the right.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KHP View Post
    Just make sure that it's not pulling to the right because of the roads. They are usually crested in the middle. This tends to push the car to the right.
    I am thinking it may be that. I drive on a 2 lane country road daily, so that may be the case. I'll have to go to some parking lots this weekend.

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