1999 f350 v10 4wd I thought the passenger side manifold was leaking and I had to do the dreaded stud removal. Turns out the two nuts holding the manifold to the y pipe had rusted away. So two new nuts and five minutes later my exhaust leak was gone. Should have stopped when I was ahead Decided since I had a free morning I would replace the axle seals and spindle bearing on the passenger side since I needed to repair a vacuum leak on that hub to get the shift on the fly four wheel drive working again. I got it all back together and the four wheel drive is working as it should. Problem started when I test drove it. It is now pulling hard to the left when doing 25 plus. When I step on the brakes it pulls to the right. After i stepped on the brakes firmly there was a shudder in the steering wheel. The right front brake is hot and smoking. The rotors are showing even wear. Prior to my 'repairs' the truck sat for a couple weeks. It also had an occasional shudder in the steering wheel when doing 45+ So I'm thinking I have a Frozen caliper. Or could I have done something wrong in replacing the axle bearing/ seals to cause this to this trouble? Thanks __________________ What is the COO of your grill?