The shoes came with the pin on one side so was thinking it was set, the blue shoes was the ones I too off and returned wish I had them back now. I called the jeep dealer today and asked a few thing and they was telling me for them to look at it could cost 8 hours at 85.00 a hour WOW. Here a few more photo and I seem to think that shoe could had got the liner damaged by the heat but not sure? Could be the adjuster or even a wrong shoe but the old and new look the same, I been working on brakes for years and never hed this problem even have the jeep book on the 2002 and springs are ok.
Seem like dealers and shops all they think about is the cash and setting me up with a appointment to bring the jeep in, if I tryed to get any advice here in my city I just get strange looks as if they don't know or care and I would say its both. I have a few more things to try first but am thinking its the cheap carcraft shoes I got on the jeep now now. Will keep users/readers informed on what I find.
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Friday, May 13th, 2011 AT 7:20 PM