2013 GMC 3500 brakes issues
First off, the website I used to go to for trucks, FullSizeChevy.com now seems to be dead, no one posts there anymore...
Anyways, my 2013 GMC 3500 has 102,000 miles on it. Around 85,000 miles one of the original front calipers started sticking ultimately causing a rotor to warp. I've had to replace the rotors & calipers 2 times since then. The brake job lasts about 4 months and then one of the dual pistons on either caliper will not fully retract, causing the rotor to heat up and warp, as well as make the brake pad in contact with the pistons wear unevenly. It's a crap shoot on which piston on either caliper will not retract fully. This last time around both the left & right calipers took turns sticking.
I don't really feel like spending another $300-$400 for new rotors and loaded calipers again until I truly figure out WTF is going on. I'm wondering if there is some other underlying issue causing this? I've read on some forums that the brake hoses could be the culprit. Does it make sense that the hoses are bad at 85,000 miles causing this issue?