Whichever way it's pulling, it could be a bad wheel bearing too.
I like to find a big empty parking lot and roll the car fast enough to lock up the brakes. Then I can tell if one is locking (or not locking) by itself.
The pass side grease seal was leaking grease all over the rotor and brake pads. Degreased rotors and pads and changed the $4.00 seal and everything is good to go. They sold me a seal for a 69 Camaro. Seems to be the correct one, however the rubber seal kind of folds onto the spindle edge. I don't know if this is normal, I'm going to watch it closely.
Thanks for all your help guys,,,, I appreciate it...
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