Thread: Brake shudder
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Old 11-19-2001, 05:31 PM
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Checkt he Rotor Adjustment on the rotor. should be an allen key. I had a similar problem, and when I changed pads, I noticed the rotor had a lot of play in it, tightened down the allen nut or bolt or whatever you want to call it, and the rotor had less play and my brakes feel great.

I believe this is some kind of adjustment tot he rotor to remove play as it wears.

I am not sure on this, but pop off the wheel and look for the allen bolt to tighten down if it can be.

Could be something in the suspension like a worn bushing, but I'd say its either that adjustment, or a dirty sensor..

Could be warped slightly, but I would think that would be felt at any speed.

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