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HELP!! 06 F350 shakes while braking over 45MPH

I need some help i have a 06 F350 crew cab long bed 4x4 with a 8 in fabtech lift and 37x13.50r20 , when driving above 45mph and i apply the brakes i get a shake in the steering wheel, i cant figure out whats causing it i have replaced all steering components except tie rod end and ball joints. i have had the front rotors turned. any help in the right direction would be great cause at this point im lost .
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I would lean towards warped rotors even though I see you had them turned. Do you know if you have a sticky caliper up front? Also, I would have the tires balanced, unlikely but possible.

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I think im going to pull front rotors off a buddies truck for a test run and see if that fixes it and go from there.
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Well I figured it out, it was the caliper slide pins, one on each side of the front were rusted to the caliper bracket.
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Glad you got it fixed.

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OK shake is back anyone have any ideas
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ill have to look into that.
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Problem fixed ended up being the passenger front abs wheel speed sensor. Installed a new one and it fixed the shake.
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