by Anak [OP] » Apr 06 2012, 8:54am
by Machster69 » Apr 06 2012, 1:43pm
by rolltidez71 » Apr 06 2012, 2:09pm
by Anak [OP] » Apr 06 2012, 4:25pm
Me neither, I have been driving for 46years, and I've owned 6 vehicles in my time with 3 of them trucks, and it is the first time I've had it happen.Machster69 wrote:Ubolts ending their life? Wtf? Ive never heard of that...
Regardless, no simple job...
I would have had additional information in a sig, but I haven't yet found in my profile where the sigs are filled in.Machster69 wrote:1500 model- 74 ft lbs
2500/3500- 2008 and earlier 118
2009 later- step 1 103
Step 2 tighten additional 180 degrees
U need torque wrench of course, and some deep sockets
The mechanic must of been "rust happy" during my inspection, although I know they all have their individual idiosyncrasies in what they concern themselves when doing an inspection.rolltidez71 wrote:Rotors should be straight forward. I too have to replace mine as I’m getting the bouncing when applying brakes.
I'm not sure how that translates into the numerical system, maybe a 3 or 4B? I don't know.(viii) The bonded linings are less than 2/32 inch at the thinnest point.
(ix) The riveted linings are less than 1/32 inch above rivet head at thinnest point.
(x) The drums or rotors are scored deeper than .015 inch.
That's what I'm leaning towards also. I just went out to see how many leafs I had, and they don't look that bad to me.rolltidez71 wrote:As for the U bolts, I have to agree.. hard to believe they need to be replaced as they are designed for 100K miles and very harsh environments. I’d get another opinion on them before attempting to remove them as they can get very difficult.
by rolltidez71 » Apr 06 2012, 4:43pm
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