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Uneven wear on new brake pads

I replaced the front disk pads on my 2003 Ford F-250 super duty and had the rotors turned. After two weeks I heard grinding. I took them apart again and the new pads are wearing on the ends. The entire pad is not contacting the rotor. Do I need to replace the clips that spread the pads apart when pressure isn't being applied to the brake pedal? Or is there another problem you can think of?

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Sounds like the caliper slides are frozen /also make sure you have the right pads for the application

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