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"Pulls to one side" sounds a lot like a frozen front brake caliper. While you could get away with replacing only the caliper on the side of the truck that it pulls to, for a time -- for example, if the truck pulls to the left, the caliper on the left will be the frozen one -- you are better off replacing both calipers because the other one will likely eventually go out, too.

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