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Old 06-26-2012, 01:02 PM
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I need some help figuring out what is up with my truck. I have an '03 Ram QC. When I apply the brakes the rear end of my truck feels like it is bouncing. It is more noticable braking going down a hill, but it does also do it on the level. I thought it might of been a shock issue, but I replaced all 4 shocks last month and I still have the issue. It doesn't feel like a brake issue, there is no pulsating in the brake pedal or shaking of the steering wheel. I'm thinking the only other thing it could be is a leaf spring issue.

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Leaf spring maybe,
check the u-bolts that tighten down the leaf spring,my ranger had same problem u stated,and the u-bolts were loose.good luck
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