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Brakes are dragging on 93 f 150 - 1993 Ford F150 SuperCab

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Replace the brake caliper in question, check the calipers by jacking up front of truck and try turning wheel if it offers to much resistance this is the caliper to replace do the same to the other side unfortunately when calipers start to stick they need to be rebuilt or replaced there are no quick fixes that work, rockauto.com has decent prices but compare after shipping costs to your local auto parts store.

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