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We are working on a 1949 Buick Roadmaster for a gentleman. We have changed wheel cylinder, checked brake hoses and it still pulls to the right when you hit the brakes. any help would be greatly appreciated.
 
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MelsRegal

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Checked brake hoses, so your sure no internal collapse?
What about steering components, nothing loose?
You may want to post your question at oldride.com
 

HotZ28

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Good advice so far. That car is nearly as old as me! :ROFLMAO:
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Checked brake hoses, so your sure no internal collapse?
What about steering components, nothing loose?
You may want to post your

Checked brake hoses, so your sure no internal collapse?
What about steering components, nothing loose?
You may want to post your question at oldride.com
Checked all that and everything seems to be ok. Nothing is loose.
 

2007LucerneCXL

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As a possible area to check is the left side and if it's properly operating. Drums can be a little different to work on so if the left side isn't engaging it would pull to the right just something to consider.
n_09 1948 Buick Shop Manual - Brakes-003-003.jpg
 
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