I am experiencing front end rotor warp and related steering wheel shimmer. I plan on replacing my rotors and pads, but reading on this site I understand the second generation Tundras had a Technical Service Bulletin (TSB) released that suggested replacing the backing plates. I am unable to find the complete TSB or details of what is involved in the TSB. Can someone answer the following questions?
- Do all second generation Tundras fall under this TSB?
- Does the TSB relate to front and rear backing plates?
- Should I replace the backing plates to eliminate future rotor warping or is there another easier option such as cryo rotors?
- It seems backing plate replacement is involved and requires bearing removal. I do my own brakes, rotors, and bleeding, but is this backing plate change better left to the dealership?