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Thread: Braking causing wheel shimmy

  1. #26
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    Quote Originally Posted by MIKYZZ4 View Post
    A BMW with no wheel shimmy=Priceless!
    Glad you got it all figured out, life is good again!!
    Yeah, when it boils down to it, I'm in love with the car all over again....now, I wonder if I should keep the old rotors (less than a year old!) and when the time comes to replace my new ones, try the race pads on them or sell the set I have to someone who will use them on the race track....
    1997 Arctic Silver M3
    CES Stage IV (651rwhp/615rwtq @ 24 psi)

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    I say cut your losses and sell them,
    why create a problem, when now you have none.




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