Truck shimmies when applying brake. Mechamic says it is the rear suspension. what does that entail?

Asked by Jul 24, 2007 at 07:56 PM about the 1995 Toyota T100

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Hi fattim, Normally a braking issue like this is caused by either the drums/discs being warped in some fashion or the incorrect pads being used for the vehicle. It can be remedied by turning or replacing the warped drum/disc and/or installing the correct pads for the vehicle. Other problems that could cause this symptom are worn/broken shocks, worn axle bearings or even bleeding the breaks. Thanks for your question on CarGurus.com.

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