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Hey Folks, New member here from Georgia. Used the site many times for advice but having a hard time finding it this time so decided to go ahead and join. I have a 2007 Tundra DC 2WD 5.7 and I just did all four brakes (pads and rotors), now around 70mph I have a vibration and it seems to be coming from the rear. I have no pulsing when applying the brakes (like I did before) and at speeds under 60mph or so everything is perfect. Any ideas what is wrong? The only plausible thing I can come up with is that maybe the e-brake shoes are hitting the new rotor and causing the problem...when I stop the rear rotors are very hot, especially where the e-brake pads are. Any help is greatly appreciated.
 
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