I would try switching the tires around to see if that helps.
On Wed, 25 Aug 1999, Larry Colen wrote:
> I checked the U-bolts holding the rear axle in place. a couple were
> a little bit loose, but nothing serious. It did not fix the problem.
> I did not see any broken leaves in the rear springs. I did not
> check the nylon (delron?) bushings in the rear shackles, but they are
> fairly new as far as miles are concerned. My suspiscion is that
> if the rear end were bolted in crooked then it would pull on acceleration
> worse than it does when coasting. It's not a major pull, but it is
> bothersome on at least an emotional level.
> I also need to try to find a large, empty, level parking lot and see
> if it has anything to do with the crown of the road.
> Rome did not create a great empire by having meetings; they did it by
> killing all those who opposed them.
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