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I've got a 2000 Tundra 2WD that has the dreaded brake wobble. I've read that Toyota acknowledges there is a design flaw but I can't find out how to over come it. It seems that the rear brakes don't balance well with the front putting to much strain on the fronts and over-heats them prematurely warping the front rotors.
Any one know what to do to keep this from being an on going problem? It's on my toe rig and I keep warping rotors and it's not cheep.

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Are you replacing them with Toyota rotors? On Cruisers, non Toyota rotors don't seem to last real long. If you are having problems with the rears not working well maybe you have a faulty proportioning valve. You can test them by putting an inline pressure guage. The factory service manual will have the measurements as to what the brake line pressure should be.
 

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Put discs on the back and take out the porportioning(sp) valve. It might help??? Buy a bigger truck!???
 
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