Hey everybody. Huge problem. I've tried everything I can think of, along with everything everbody I know can think of. I have a massive steering wheel jerk/pull to the right when I brake. I thought this was simple, but it is not. I bought my '67 Galaxie and checked the front brakes. I repacked the wheel bearings, and replaced the shoes, because the shoes were worn out. This was the start. I have access to a lift/hoist and an alignment rack. I have replace all the front brake parts, except the hard lines. I have new drums, shoes, hold-down hardware, adjusting hardware, wheel cylinders, and hoses. Everytime I have had it in the air, I have inspected everything and adjusted the L/F and R/F drag on the shoes to match each other. Car pulls right hard. If I take all the drag out of the R/F, there is still a brake pull to the right, but it is not as severe. I am lost. I have aligned the front end and rechecked the alignment numerous times. The alignment is dead on perfect. I checked it again today. I am starting to think the brake fluid distribution valve may be a problem, but I don't know. Somebody had the brake lamp circuit unplugged, because the light stays on at all times, but I don't know why. The front brake hoses were replaced today, thinking one was collapsing, because the alignment was fine. When I bled the front, everthing seemed normal with plenty of pressure at both sides. I don't know anymore. I don't even have a guess anymore. I know a disc brake swap would probably solve all my misery, but I can't afford it right now. Any answers or suggestions would be greatly appreciated. I am not new to front drum brakes, but maybe something is slipping past me. The shoes are on correctly. I rechecked today. Long shoe in the back, short shoe in the front. I'm lost. Thanks again for any help.