I canít see how it would hurt anything doing it with the engine running
It just seemed to make more sense doing it that way...and I was more comfortable doing it that way.
Truck started pulling hard to the left, push on the brake pedal and it would swerve across the lane to the right.
It's scary, isn't it?!?! After 10 miles of driving with the caliper basically seized, the wheel and hub were extremely hot, and when I slowed down to turn in my neighborhood, I hit the brakes and it damn near pulled me into the ditch on the opposite side. The caliper was the culprit, and a quick fix (thankfully). Good luck!!
2000 F350 4X4 XLT CCLB SRW 7.3L ZF6
8.5" Pro Comp lift
16x12 M/T Classic IIIs with 38x15.50 Toyo Open Country M/T rubber
Riffraff Diesel 6637 intake, CCV mod, HPX, AIH delete, CAC boots/clamps/plenum inserts
Riffraff Diesel Coolant Filtration System, Billet Thermostat Housing
MBRP 4" SS straight exhaust
LuK clutch kit
Edge CS2 programmer
VIAIR on-board compressor w/Kleinn air horns
Amp Research Power Steps
2016 tailgate conversion
Iron Cross bumpers w/Rigid Dually LEDs
DeeZee tool box