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Old 02-27-2013, 10:15 PM   #1
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When my truck was out of alignment whenever i pressed the brake it would shake like crazy. I would get my alignment done and it would go away. Recently i put a leveling kit on my truck with 35" tires and immediately went and got my alignment done, no more shaking or pulling to the left. A week later it starts shaking and pulling again so i took it in to get it re-done and they said it was already in "Spec" and that it might be a front end problem like the bushings. So i got in my truck and went home but noticed it wasnt shaking or pulling anymore.....Soo what the SMELL* is this guy talking about im a little confused. If it was shaking while it was aligned, i bring it in and they tell me its good to go already i get back in and its gone? anyways anyboody experienced any problems with the shaking and found a solution? Any help is appreciated!!!


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My 07 on stock rims and tires shakes when I brake from a warped rotor on the front left.
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My 07 on stock rims and tires shakes when I brake from a warped rotor on the front left.
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Classic sign of warped rotors...

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Mine does same thing, I've needed rear brakes for about a month now but didn't have the extra funds to get them until now (tax return). Just made sure I drove more careful and started braking earlier.
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Classic sign of warped rotors...

Thanks man ill get them replaced this weekend
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