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I have a 2004 ford escort. I replaced the rotors and pads in the front about a month ago. There was no issue with pulsating from the front brakes. I just replaced both drums (with new bearings), shoes and cylinders in the rear of the car. Since I replaced the rear brakes I have experienced a pulsating in the brake pedal. I did the e-brake test and the pulsating is definitely coming from the rear. Everything is brand new. Is it possible that the drums were not made properly in the first place? I live in the Virgin Islands so repairs are costly and/or shady. To get the brakes checked by a shop that I have had the least amount of issues with will be $65. I just hate to throw more money at the car when everything on the braking system is new. Please help.