Replaced brakes, new problem
Well I'm a noob to the forum, and Rangers. Just bought my first the other day. I was planning on making an intro before posting but I've come across a problem that i cant figure out.
I was replacing rotors and pads on my 2000 Ranger. Its non abs, non 4wd, coil spring. I took everything apart and put it all back together just like normal. Now when I turn at low speeds there is a vibration coming from the front. My garage is smooth and when I was backing out and turning I noticed it instantly. If I turn the wheel when its at a dead stop it vibrates, almost like a skipping. I've done tons of brake jobs but they have all been floating rotors and never had to do the bearings with them. I repacked the bearings and everything. The only thing I can assume is that I either overtightened or under-tightened the nut for the rotor. They were pretty loose when I removed them. Are they supposed to be lose? And if that is the problem, if I overtightened them, will just loosening them fix it or will I need new bearings? Thanks for any info/help you guys can offer. Intro coming tomorrow. This job took the remained of my night up and 6am is right around the corner :(
Also, the brakes are working fine, Its just the skipping issue. Thats why I pointed out the nut.