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This is a discussion on Radial Drag???? within the General Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Accidents. forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; My left front tire has radial drag or whatever and keep veering to the left! Is that going to cause ...

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    Radial Drag????

    My left front tire has radial drag or whatever and keep veering to the left! Is that going to cause any damage to my car? BTW, I made sure the alignment was correct and steering wheel centered. The problem wheel was on the right side, which made the car veer to the right. Now it's on the left and going to the left. So it definately is radial drag or whatever. Just wondering if this is going to cause any damage to the tranny etc...
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    Just wondering because my tired still have life left and changing all four would cost about a grand.
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    Describe the pulling a litte more, if you can. Is it constant, always at the same strength, etc. Might help get some info.
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    Yea, it's always the same direction and strength.
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    Tire could be coming apart internally. Swap tire to the rear and put rear one onto
    the front. See how it drives. If the pull is gone, problem is the tire. If not, look
    at the alignment.

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