Originally Posted by BLK00TJ
For 35s, this should be mandatory. At minimum, a rear disc conversion but the safer and most effective fix is upgrade!
Did I say wrong?...Yeah, wrong.
As far as the rears go, tear them down and give them a proper and respectful total rebuild. Do new quality cylinders, turn or replace drums, new hardware, new quality pads, and make sure to replace hoses too....then reassemble, adjust and forget about them for the next 60K miles.
The fronts, you kinda asked for the problems you got, so suck it up and do it right this time.
Shame on you for just slapping pads in there and not turning rotors, and repacking bearings, replacing calipers, hoses, maybe even master cylinder and fersure not flushing old fluid.
Give Black Magic Brakes on here a call and let him suggest effective and least expensive fix. Yeah, you might go with the Vanco big brake setup in the end, but Man you ain't tasted plain old properly working stock brakes yet.