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Why does my front passenger tire make a "dead bouncing" noise?

(2001 Ford F-350 Super Duty)
in Omaha, NE on November 30, 2011
have replaced my upper, and lower ball joints and all shocks. when i brake, it feels like i have a rotor out of whack. brake pad, and rotor are fine. Truck has new tires (problem happened before new tires too) and was aligned and balanced when new tires were installed.
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on November 30, 2011
besides the abs, it still may be a warped rotor. looking at it, it may look ok but needs to be checked for hot spots or warpage with a micrometer.

Roy
on November 30, 2011
It has also been suggested that it could be a tie rod? Any thoughts on that? Thanks for responding!
of Contra Costa Smog and Repair on November 30, 2011
could be your ABS unit
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