Q: Caliper replacement causing uneven pad wear

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I had my Jeep inspected recently and was told that both the front and rear calipers need to be replaced because they're causing uneven wearing of the pad. While looking online, I found that the slide pins may simply need to be replaced. My question is, is it likely that the calipers need to be replaced or could I just replace the slide pins?

My car has 121000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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