Pulling to the right and a vibration. Have you checked the right front caliper and brake line? A warped rotor usually causes a vibration when you apply the brakes but it never hurts to check.
I had a small vibration in the front going around corners and discovered the front wheel bearings were bad. I had the left front go out at 130,000 miles and the right front go out at 135,000. You might check that.
Finally, I had a slight but constant pulling to the left. When aligning the front wheels they couldn't get the caster the same on both sides. The left was ever so slightly out of tolerance. Even though my car is not lowered I ended up getting caster/camber plates. The caster is now at the very edge of factory but the car now drives straight. Your alignment might be in tolerance but if both sides are not the same you it will pull a little to one side.
Edit: I said camber when I meant caster.
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Last edited by Eagle2000GT; September 11th, 2016 at 08:42 PM.