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Pads on my 82 f250 rub the disk and get HOT. how do i fix this?

The hub got so hot i had to replace the bearings. the pads were rubbing the disk alot so i replaced the dual piston caliper. after a test run or two they still rub and the hub is getting warm. the bearings are working just fine with the caliper off (dont recomend driving to far like that). they dont get warm. with caliper on it begins to generate heat.

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    get mobile mechanic out dont do this job on your own this must be done by a mechanic must must

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