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Tire pressures won't cause a pull to one side. I'll second PDW's advice: check the alignment of the front wheel to the rear wheel by putting it up on a center stand or propping it up as close to vertical as you can, then pointing the front wheel straight ahead, then sighting down the rear wheel to the front wheel, and vice versa. the crowning on the highway will cause a slight pull to one side, but not a strong pull. It's easy to check if the crown of the highway is the cause--ride on the other side of the highway (so the crown is going the other way), and see if it pulls in the opposite direction.

I had a bike with a bent front fork that would pull pretty strongly to one side, so while yer laying on yer belly, also do your best to make sure the front wheel is vertically in the same plane as the rear wheel.
 
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