If your bring an unevenly worn tire from the back to the front it can make it pull left or right. Swap your fronts from left to right and see if the pull goes away or pulls the other way.
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I think as long as it doesn't pull hard, (i.e. you can't stay in your lane for like 100m or something) it is probably a wear issue, especially since you've checked your tire pressure.
I've had an incident where I had been riding the side wall of my tires for a while (due to low pressure/leakage during storage) and I ended up blowing it out when I noticed and tried to pump it to the correct pressure (it had been pulling left on the highway).
Do you know how the rotated the tires?
I always check tire pressure meticulously now... especially after changing rims... live and learn...
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