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Thread: New tyres fitted, now brakes judder

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stagnite View Post
    First job is to raise the wheel off the ground, spin and listen, as per my post above.
    Yes, you are correct, of course. I should refrain from being so lazy and get the trolley jack out of the garage and check.

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    One thing I should add that the tyre fitter said, and was demonstrated to me, is that both nearside wheels are slightly buckled. This was visible while the wheel was rotated on the balancing machine, but did not seem to be visible when looking at the tyre surface. Further, the wheel was also buckled before the tyres were changed and the brake judder was not present previously. I still thought I should mention it.

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    Last edited by bass2rez; Today at 19:40. Reason: typo

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