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I went through the same thing. I used a Dorman actuator. When I replaced it with an original equipment actuator it worked probably. If you didn’t replace it with an OE actuator, you be encountering the same thing I went through.
Could be the pad, rotors, combination. Also need to inspect the ball joints, tie-rods, and all steering components. If worn, this too will cause shaking. Oversize tires that are out of balance is also suspect. If you're not going to put a lot into it since your planning on trading. I would take it to a front end shop and get them to inspect it.
Have you checked your pitman arm?
Yes, check with Crutchfield, you can get the size for each placement. I would recommend visiting an audio dealer and play around the various combinations and brands to find the sounds and tones you like. I went with Hertz in mine but its a crew so sound is bounced around differently than a reg. cab.
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