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Heavy vibration on breaking at speed, ok when breaking at normal speed, brake pads and disks are ok.

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Re:"brake pads and disks are ok."

Well, you will better be sure that pads and disk are OK, that is the most common reason causing this problem. Often newly fitted pads can cause the problem until they adapt their shape to the disk.

Other than that, if vibration is only on breaking, bleed fluid, then check the wheels and joints, the master cylinder and the prop valve. The valve fails very rarely. Bleed and replace brake fluid and check master cylinder.

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