Problem: The front calipers on my truck are intermittently sticking. Got home yesterday from a quick trip into town and the front left was smoking. Didnt notice it until I pulled into my drive. Jacked the truck up and couldnt barely move the front left wheel. Tried the front right and it was pretty stiff. Both rims were hot but the left was sizzling hot. This happened to my rear brakes back in the fall. Every n ow and then the rear left would stick slightly. Not enough to notice driving, but when you stopped, you could hear and smell the crackling of heat. So, I redid my rear brakes, calipers, rotors and pads on both sides. Now the front is doing it. Truck is a 2005 F-350. Are these trucks known to shit through brakes? I drive like a grandma and the truck sees about 5-6K miles a year, its seldom worked hard. Before I order a set of calipers rotors and pads for the front, is there anything else I should consider? What are the odds of both front calipers sticking? Or, it the left one sticks, will or can that affect the other side sticking in some fluid distribution type thing? Is there some valve or something that could be holding the brake pressure and not releasing it causing the pads to stay engaged? FWIW once I did the rear brakes I havent had a problem since. Shop that did the brakes before I got the truck does shit work, and had just done a full brake job when my caliper fell off going down the road. I figure this is just another fix to the poor work they did, or are these trucks prone to this?