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post #1 of 4 Old 08-15-2012, 03:45 PM Thread Starter
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Front Caliper Bracket

I'm replaceing the brakes on my truck cause the slide pins froze and wouldn't come out. Ordered new rotors, calipers and new bracket. Well i also had a lot of play in the front unit bearing, so i replaced both of them. Well now when i put everything back together, the rotor isn't centered in the bracket, it doesn't rub until i but the brake pad clip on, then it rubs hard aganist the rotor?? Any ideas guys?? I'm at a loss....

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MBRP 4 in straight pipe
AIS Intake
Foil Delete
Factory Tech Valve Body
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Fog Light Mod
6k HID's from DDM

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Can't really tell from the pics, but did you put the brake pads back on?

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That is a "early" 99 rotor, on a "late" 99 hub assembly...

the early 99 trucks had shallow hubs, and shallow rotors, the late 99 had wider hubs and deeper rotors

that is why the rotor is rubbing the "outer edge" of the bracket
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