Has anyone delt with these "new to me" rotors on the F-150 that are basically a combo of drum and disk?? My truck was acting like a u-joint was gone. I took the driveshaft down and everything was fine. When I got back from a 50 mile trip I was hearing a strange noise from the right rear wheel. Put the truck up on the lift and saw that the e brake cable was off the little lever and the hub was very warm. I took the caliper and rotor off and there is a set of brake shoes on the inside of the rotor that they use for the e brake system. The pads were basically floating in there like they had just come unglued from the steel shoe. The back of the rotor had little dings in it so I assume that is why it was making the truck act like it had a bad u-joint. Anyway I have to put this back together tomorrow when I get the parts, is there any special tricks I need to know about or do they just set right up on there just like you would do a regular drum setup?