Why is truck still trying to pull when the clutch is pushed in?

I have already replaced the clutch and throw out bearing, changed out fluid in the front and rear end. The truck will still trying to pull forward when you stop and push in the clutch, you have to put it in neutral to make sure that it doesn't lurch forward into on coming traffic. Any ideas on what could be causing this?

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hollyep4, Your clutch pedal has to be adjusted or if hydraulic, which I believe it is, may need bled, it sounds like you have no disengagement. which is necessary to disengage clutch from engine. If you have hydraulic clutch there may be air in the system or faulty clutch master/slave cylinder. Links below will give clutch bleeding procedures. You may have to have a good shop have a look, diagnose and estimate repair. Good luck.

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