Hey, when i put my steering wheel straight my truck goes to the left. I first thought it was due to my brakes not being bleed properly because i just replaced both of my front calipers so i tried the let go of the steering wheel and slam the brakes trick and my truck stop perfectly straight didnt dive to one side. So that didnt make much sense. I jacked up the front of my truck and spun each tire by hand. The passanger side spun a lot more freely than the driver side, which is the side it pulls to when i put the steering wheel straight. I am not sure this could do anything but a few days ago around the time this started i flexed my truck up on a rock which was pretty steep on the driver side tire. i had to be pretty hard on the gas to get ontop of the rock because it was steep, so i dont know if that could somehow move stuff. I was thinking possibly the wheel bearings, but if it isnt the brakes and the bearings i figure i would just straight out the steering by playing with the drag link like i did when i put my 4" lift on. Yes it has a new steering arm as well. So does anyone have an idea what it could be?