What pads did you use?My brother swears by these cryogenically treated rotors and this will be the next set I use. I put a set of oem rotors and new bearings when I did my front brakes two years and 15,000 miles ago. Warped again. Next job I do, I will use these.
High Performance Brake Pads and Brake Rotors - Frozen Rotors
I never reuse the calipers. I used to back in the day but had an issue with the puck sticking after being pushed back in and burning up pads and calipers. I always replace the calipers with new or rebuilt, make the job simple and you get a good brake fluid flush at the same time.
Do you happen to know a part number for the Loaded calipers? When I google Motorcraft loaded caliper, the results come back rather ambiguous. Also, pardon my ignorance, but what is the difference between a loaded and unloaded or semi loaded caliper?Ford does not recommend turning rotors, and neither does Jack (FMTRVT), TDS's resident brake expert.
If you're getting brake pulsation, it means there's probably hard spots which can't be turned out. They come back soon after any attempt at turning.
When I redid my rear brakes, I went with Ford Rotors (which happened to say "Made in China" on the boxes) but they're doing well. On the rears, I went with Ford Loaded calipers. I recently replaced the front pads with Ford "SuperDuty". My front rotors were in good shape with minor scoring and I just reused them without turning.
On slotted and/or drilled rotors, you're losing contact area. It's equivalent to putting smaller pads on.
I found them on Fordparts.com when I did my rear brakes. But that site is not so good anymore. I would suggest contacting the guys at Autonation Ford White Bear Lake (https://parts.autonationfordwhitebearlake.com/), and give them your VIN. There are different setups. Mine took the same rear caliper on both sides, but later trucks used different calipers (location of the bleeder is important - needs to be on top.)Do you happen to know a part number for the Loaded calipers? When I google Motorcraft loaded caliper, the results come back rather ambiguous. Also, pardon my ignorance, but what is the difference between a loaded and unloaded or semi loaded caliper?