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12-17-2006 12:48 AM
AzTJ ^ Bluvikng - it prolly had something to do with the F-350's having a rotor-hub rather than just a rotor, and those are about $130+ each... might have also needed the bearings replaces, if it has them instead of being part of the hub unit which could have upped the price as well.
12-16-2006 11:30 PM
daddyjeep That one stung a bit!!!! Maybe it is a Ford thing.
12-16-2006 08:07 PM
bluvikng Good luck Gonzag, I just took my F-350 to the mechanic for brake failure, and $2700 later, I had brakes again. I didn't even know I had ABS, until they were all fixed. Granted the brakes were so shot, that I had to have brand new rotors and calipers, and pads. There were a few other things that got fixed too, but it was still a wallup of a bill. At least my tow rig is in good working order again.
12-16-2006 07:34 PM
Gonzag Yep, tomorrow she's going under full inspection...
Let's see what they'll find...????
12-16-2006 02:58 PM
bluvikng Sign I saw in a repair shop, "sorry I can't fix your brakes, but I can install a louder horn."
12-16-2006 01:28 PM
AzTJ sounds like you have a sticky caliper or worn out guide pins for the caliper. I'd deffinatly check it out before you do a lot more damage if any has really occured.
12-16-2006 08:31 AM
Originally Posted by MR.CLIFFORD View Post
has this been a gradual problem or all of a sudden?? If all of a sudden what have you changed? Need more info. What axles are you running? Have you ever upgraded any portion of your brake system??
Sorry but I can't tell you!!! I've just been driving that car for two weeks. I don't have a damn clue.
12-16-2006 12:23 AM
funny thing..

My Jeep does the same thing. On the right side, I did put a new brake line in an caliper. I'm going to change out the left one as soon as I have the time.

have you bleed the brakes lately, if you have and have gotten any brake fluis on the pads it will cause this to happen. I learned that they hard way...
12-15-2006 05:26 PM
MR.CLIFFORD has this been a gradual problem or all of a sudden?? If all of a sudden what have you changed? Need more info. What axles are you running? Have you ever upgraded any portion of your brake system??
12-15-2006 05:06 PM
Braking Issues

2 issues regarding braking:

1 - When I brake, the Jeep tends to slightly go/turn to the left.

2 - The wheels block very quickly and easily without putting that much pressure on the pedals.

This makes Emergency braking quasi impossible to manage!!!

What's wrong with those damn brakes?

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