What only 200?Nothing can ruin a good brake job faster than blasting the wheels back on at about 200ft/lbs...LOL
LOL! What did he have to say about that overall? I hope they tapped them out and put new studs in for you, hopefully they matched up too.What only 200?
I took our old horse trailer in for new tires, and the n00b who put the new ones on broke five lugs(2 on one tire, 1 an another, and 2 on another-tandem axle trailer), because he didn't change the setting on his gun.
Or whatever dumba$$ reason he had. You'd think after the first one broke he might have dialed it down some, but not this guy.
I did not know about TSB. My 97 burb 1/2 ton is having vibration issues in front also when brakes are applied. going to replace rotors first. previous owner obviously did'nt check regulary rotors in bad shape. Any suggestions on after market? went to JC whitney decent rotors? Or should I stick OEM?92-99 Burbs have a TSB regarding replacment of the brake proportioning valve. It seems the same valve that is used in pickup doesn't accomodate the extrarear end weight of the Sub. The new valve puts more pressure to the rear wheels and prevents the fronts from overheating thus eliminating the worping of the rotors and the vibration when you get on them. This also helps the famous poor brake wear they are famous for. See Mighty Auto parts TSB June 99 for more details article tittled gimme a brake.
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