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Old 09-16-2013, 04:18 PM
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Re: Rear brake problems

I am going to try Bed in the rotors, I get zero steering wheel vibration I had that problem on my front rotors on my 99 jeep. That is why I am thinking it is the rear causing all the problems, I got 500 plus miles on the rotors. if I had a shop do the brakes they would have not bed in the brakes. I thought the bed in was for high perforamce brakes rotors and pads. The hard part is finding a place to do this .
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Re: Rear brake problems

Great so you know what I'm referring to, and I agree you're most likely on the right track. I would disassemble it, check for any debris on the hub, and check for run out, our glazing.
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