Hello all, new to the forum, hoping to tap into the wealth of knowledge from those of you on here. Im a younger kid but a few years back i really got interested in older cars especially the style of the 60's mopars. I bought a 67 Newport Custom 2 door a few years ago, steered like a boat but i used it as is for a while until a few years later when i was gonna have a shop reubuild the front end, till i got the estimate lol. Ended up doing it myself with the help of the manual and youtube, and taking tons of pictures to refer back to. New bushings where needed, new upper and lower control arm ball joints, new inner and outer tie rods and adjusting sleeves, new shocks, pitman arm, inner and outer wheel bearings and races, this that and the other, basically i just went off the repair shop estimate they gave me and replaced all the stuff they listed. Obviously handling is night and day better now, but I am having a problem with the front brakes sticking somewhat. I can tell its holding the car back when its driven and when you get up past 20mph or so you can hear a high pitched whine. Sometimes at low speeds ill hear one of the brakes "chirp" as well like the pad has just suddenly got caugt on the rotor or something for a split second and the car will jerk to one side. When i get back from this very short drive, the front wheels are both hot afterwards. Obviously since i knew something was off, i haven't driven it other then around the block here and there, just to not let the car sit for too long and whatnot. The brakes are disc brakes from an early 70's fury put on by the previous owner, rears are still drums, but what i can tell my issue is only with the fronts, the only ones i had to remove to work on the car. Before i did the rebuild i had no brake issues. I've also bleed the brakes numerous times and its maybe only gotten a little better than it was originally, but car is still being held back. I'm hoping you guys have some ideas for me. I know the car needs an alignment after a front end rebuild but was hoping to fix the brake issue before driving it to the shop for an alignment. Did the best i could with a home grown string method on youtube just to get them straight enough to drive around, but my question is, could it be the front end is so out of wack alignment-wise that is causing the brakes to rub? Or is my problem actually really with the brakes themselves. Also thought maybe when i did the new bearings i tightened the nut too much but everything was torqued to spec and i really dont think thats the culprit. Thank you for your assistance. The previous owner thinks i should get the rotors turned. Again nothing was wrong with the brakes until i had to take them off to start the front end rebuild, i took the brakes off when trying to troubleshoot the problem and worked the pistons with a spreader thinking they were stuck or something, not sure if thats it either, boots look good too, pads have plenty of life. Everything seems fine with the wheel rotation until i start bleeding the brakes and then it seems like they dont wanna let go from the rotor. I mean i know they should have some bite to them, but they are almost impossible to rotate by hand after bleeding them unless you really muscle it. I read somewhere that maybe replacing the flexible brake hoses in the wheel well area is a possible fix. Again, hoping you all can help. Thank you.