I've looked all over these threads so if this has been answered/discussed, my apologies. Please point me in the right direction.
Here's my problem/question: My 2000 Taco has had a pulsing in the seat, not steering wheel when braking, and has been diagnosed as warped drums. With 170k miles on the truck and these being the stock drums it stands to reason. A couple years ago I had blown axle seals, grease, etc... The rear brakes were done at that time and the drums were turned (hence the warping), new pads were installed at that time.
I purchased a pair of Centric drums and replaced them yesterday only to have the vibrations to be worse than the warped drums.. Did I get a bad pair of drums? Is it necessary to replace the pads due to the old drums being warped? Do Pads conform to warped drums thus vibrating worse on a smooth surface?
Thanks for any help..