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post #1 of 13 Old 02-09-2008, 04:48 PM Thread Starter
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truck wondering during braking

at high speeds if you hit the brakes it wants to yank to the left or right put new brakes in frount and rear and still dose it checed all joints thay are ok and i have two stering stablizers on it cant seem to find the problem any help would be helpfull.
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am i the only one that has this problem? nobody respons. could use some help. is it cheep auto zone pads or put sloted rotors on it. i was in cal and i was the 4 person he herd this from that owned fords
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when you did the brakes did you do the rotors as well

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Mine does the same thing man...but it didn't do it until I put 35's on it. Let me know what you find out!

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Mine pulls with 35's also. Not hard and only when the wheel is not perfectly straight. Maybe it will get better for you once the pads break in a bit.
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new pads did not change rotors.
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i could be wrong but if its only during braking and you just did pads and not rotors, the rotors may be warped causing it

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i was thinking the same thing i do noy notes them been worped but the if thay are just a slitly it could cause it. i get some money up i will go get some slots and good brakes and see if this salves the problem.
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I think you have a component that is flexing ,affecting toe in/toe out.Did you check your wheel bearings?
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no i did not check the berings i only notice during braking
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