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Rotors Replaced 14,500

I was very happy that my local dealer put brand new rotors on at 14,500
I talked to the dealer that I bought the truck from and argued with them about needing new rotors. They told me the only thing they would do was cut them. I told them that was unacceptable and went to the dealer right here in town.... the service manager didnt even question it.. he said I know they have bad brakes and I am just going to put new rotors on for you!
The truck stops 10 times better now. I asked him if they are any different then the stock rotors, but he didnt seem to know. He said they tell us they are and to use them..

The only problem now is something feels harder going over bumps.. almost like there is way to much pressure in the tires, I checked and there at 35..
It only started after the roters were installed?
Any ideas?
 

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Displaced rotor sensitivity syndrome.... It's a common occurrance.... Especially after a positive visit to the Stealership where you actually got the brake job instead of the runaround. It will pass. Take two of these and call me in the morning...

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And if you don't feel better.... well.... take two more! :jester:
 

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Blackbeauty said:
Displaced rotor sensitivity syndrome.... It's a common occurrance.... Especially after a positive visit to the Stealership where you actually got the brake job instead of the runaround. It will pass. Take two of these and call me in the morning...

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And if you don't feel better.... well.... take two more! :jester:
Hey BB, can I have two of those too?:teethmast
 

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midnightmadman said:
Thanks. Displaced roater? Please explain.
Dangit, please just do as BB said and take two!!! If you want, please send them my way, I will take them!!!!
 

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Sorry madman... didn't mean to do anything but add a little comical twist to a strange situation.... Quite honestly, I see no way that a rotor change would affect the truck's suspension. It's not part of the system. I have tried.... end links, swaybar, etc... but nothing.....

Something to consider, however.... When I did my fronts, all I did was remove the two bolts holding the caliper on, and the rotor just came right off. How, if the dealer unbolted the sway bar or the end links or anything else that they thought would make it easier to get to the caliper bolts, it may have something to do with that.... But I still can't see it. Even if they overtorqued the sway bar it still wouldnt' do that, would it? Unless it was always loose to begin with and they torqued it tight and it now seems stiffer? I don't know. Just grasping here...... :dunno:
 
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