You said it acts like the ABS,slight pulsing of the pedal when you apply? I wonder if your wheel sensors are dirty or faulty.Check your hubs and make sure no wires are cut or rubbed through.Sometimes cleaning the sensor/hub with a wire brush,making sure there is no grease and /or mud which could affect the sensor. It sounds strange to me,could there be air in one of the brake lines. Those trucks need a powerball to properly bleed them,we ran into one at the shop I worked at,we had put new rotors,calipers,pads,hoses and couldn't get a good firm brake,bled lines and worked on that truck for hours(It was a Chevy),were not happy with the brakes,after replacing everything,they still seemed soft to me,but the customer thought they felt good..go figure..
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