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Old 02-04-2013, 05:01 PM
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Is there any anti squeal grease on the backside of the front brake pads? That might help them move with less force.
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Old 02-04-2013, 06:48 PM
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check this out

movie 5

Doesn't that look like it's shaking an awful lot?

Alright here's another. the one above is alternating directions, on this one I kept going in the same direction a couple of times, to try to see a difference.

movie 6

edit: I don't see a difference in shaking, nor can I see anything moving. Will go get one more vid from another angle, before my brake helper goes to bed.

edit2: here you go movie 7 Looks like I ran out of battery after just one clunk... not sure the rest of them tells this any different though
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Old 02-04-2013, 07:15 PM
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If it's not that brake pad.

I'm gonna guess. Rear axle upper control arms. Bushings are gone. ????
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Old 02-04-2013, 07:34 PM
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I have new upper and lower control arms for the rear on the bench, but wanted to get this resolved before installing them. How though, when the truck is up on jack stands in front, would the rear axle even come into play? Same goes for any slider theories.. I'm back to thinking CV.

edit: I flipped the pads around, seeing as the inside one was worn further than the outside one. But it didn't make any difference.
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Old 02-04-2013, 09:13 PM
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Is it possible that the Evolution brake pads are just a touch smaller than OEM? Now that you've had them on for a while, more and more "play" is being noticed as they slide in the caliper?

Does anyone have a set of OEM front pads for you to try? If you didn't live so far away I'd say "stop over and lets swap pads real quick".
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Old 02-04-2013, 09:17 PM
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Is it possible that the Evolution brake pads are just a touch smaller than OEM? Now that you've had them on for a while, more and more "play" is being noticed as they slide in the caliper?

Does anyone have a set of OEM front pads for you to try? If you didn't live so far away I'd say "stop over and lets swap pads real quick".

he he, then he could get the seats out of my basement. It was free to who wanted to carry them up from my basement. I also have a CV axle brand new OEM in the box. Not sure the splines are the same for a 99 vs 2004 as the front diffs are different
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Old 02-04-2013, 09:26 PM
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he he, then he could get the seats out of my basement. It was free to who wanted to carry them up from my basement. I also have a CV axle brand new OEM in the box. Not sure the splines are the same for a 99 vs 2004 as the front diffs are different
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Old 02-04-2013, 09:55 PM
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I wish, guys. My days are too packed now, and without another vehicle I can't even swing dropping the 100 off to pay someone to look at it. Tonight was my last opening until.. Saturday.

edit: but that's not a bad thought Stan, I could just go buy some cheap pads at Autozone just to rule that out... if it still clunks just return them.
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edit: but that's not a bad thought Stan, I could just go buy some cheap pads at Autozone just to rule that out... if it still clunks just return them.
That's exactly what I was just thinking. Worth the $30-40 to figure/rule it out.

I got the top shelf NAPA pads last time I did mine. $60 or $70 I think. You could grab them, if it fixes it, then just leave the NAPAs in there.

EDIT: NAPA makes a decent Caliper Hardware Kit too. New shims, pins, spring clips, retainers.....only like $20-25 too.
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Doesn't that look like it's shaking an awful lot?
Loving the videos

On that last video you could see the spring moving and the outer shoe appears to move as well, especially when you were spinning backwards and the brakes were applied.

Did you isolate the "thunk" to the DS front though? The videos make the rotor appear out of round/not true but I'm thinking that is just an optical illusion due to the dirt etc. on the rotor.
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