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Posted by Anonymous on
Yes, it is a rotor/brake pad problem in most cases.
By machining or replacing the rotors, if too thin, and replacing worn pads, the problem should be eliminated, assuming that the bearings are ok.
Posted on Jul 10, 2010
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