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I have replaced my front rotors with Performance Friction 2-piece rotors and bought new rotors for the back plus new calipers and pads all around. Awhile back I had some Good Year Wrangler AT/S tires put on and it seems like since then the brakes surge. There is no feeling in the pedal or the steering wheel but the truck shakes and it feels like the rotors are out of parallel. They look fine, no hot spots, consistant surface etc. Since they look fine and there is now pulsing in the pedal I am starting to wonder if it is the tires and not the brakes. I notice the left front had a flat spot on it. I thought it might just be where the truck had been sitting on it. Anyhow, can tires cause this kind of behavior? It is very prononced. I know my Pilot had a similar problem of considerably less magnitude and it turned out to be caused by a bubble in the tire. If it is the brakes what do you think caused it?