Emergency brakes are at the rear wheels....I don't see how this would cause your front end to shake. You'd smell the e-brake shoes if they were stuck to the inner race of the rear rotors. Try having the front tires rotated to the rear. At the same time, have all four tires balanced.
Other than front end suspension wear (yes ball joints, tie rod ends, wheel bearings, etc.), the tires could be out of balance, or one (or more) tire(s) could have a inner belt seperating.
Is this truck lifted; did you or someone install a lift kit?
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Last edited by Bucko; 06-18-2010 at 02:48 PM.