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Old 08-31-2009, 11:27 PM
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Should have to disassemble and remove pads . Anti rattle clips take up the clearance between the pad holder and the pads themselves . Can't find any phiotos that show you how they go .
Yep I knew that.I've change a few pads in my time just never did a Dodge before.The pads look like this. I wonder if they go on the square parts that stick out off the sides.
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I am only speculating of course, but I agree the clips usually go on the "square" alignment tabs that ride in the caliper bracket. These pictures are from a 3500, but you get the idea where they attach at:



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Thanks for the pics chithead. Brakes are not my favorite thing I just have no luck with them.My Scion XB is having brake problems too. Man what a pain.
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Well I got the clips from NAPA about a week and a half ago for the Ram. It took them a week to get them to me. Anyways I was going to put them on today but my uncle decided to hog up the front of my dad's garage so I'll have to do it some other time.I'll update when I get it done.
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Well I got the clips put on the Ram today. It was alot easier then I thought it was going to be. Took it for a ride and that was the first quiet ride I've had in it since I bought it. I just about pulled over and did a jig right there in the road. Ok so I wouldn't have gone that far but I'm really happy it is finally fixed and quiet like it should be. I must have got alittle grease on the rotor though cause I have a little squeal now but I can live with that over the chattering anyday. Thanks to everyone who gave advice.
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Lately I have been noticing a rumble or like riding a scrubbing board when applying the brakes ortherwise truck rides smooth. Anyone got an idea what might be going on .
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