Again, probably getting way too complicated to help the OP, but F150s are fairly notorious for out of true rotors causing vibration that is commonly known as warped rotors. The only Ford response is to turn the rotors. Pad swap alone won't stop it.Pad swap should also resolve the warping issue.
Here I am being pedantic again. I'm fun at parties like that. You won't regret inviting me.
Rotor warp isn't actually warping of the rotor itself. It is pad material transfer to the rotor in an uneven pattern. That creates surface irregularities known as warped rotor. I'm sure physical rotor warping can happen but that's normally not the case.
My observation with several trucks has been it often occurs after an ASE badged tech at a dealership walks away from a tire rotation. At least it did both times on mine under 25k miles.
It never happened again with Powerstop.
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