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Sidshk

Vibration While breaking

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i will go for check up disk first and not then will go for balancing 

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Go for the obvious first. vibes under braking 9.5 times out of 10 means warped discs. If they are thick enough you can have them skimmed, or of they are cheap enough get a set of new ones.

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Not only any skiming you have to get it done from someone who is really good at it...I have had the pleasure of getting it done right in few trys...

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Update 

Went to workshop  and found my Drums are out (don't knw wats it means ) but has good thickness, so they polished it and fixed it as per mechanic it can work for some more time and no need to worry.

Cost of per drum from Divya spare store - AED 270 + VAT 

so as of now just sticking with old , after polish and change of break pads vibrations are almost gone 

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5 hours ago, Sidshk said:

Update 

Went to workshop  and found my Drums are out (don't knw wats it means ) but has good thickness, so they polished it and fixed it as per mechanic it can work for some more time and no need to worry.

Cost of per drum from Divya spare store - AED 270 + VAT 

so as of now just sticking with old , after polish and change of break pads vibrations are almost gone 

It will just come back. There is no way that disc run-out can be polished away. 

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16 minutes ago, treks said:

It will just come back. There is no way that disc run-out can be polished away. 

I think its meas it has some imperfection to its shape rather than thickness 

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19 hours ago, Sidshk said:

I think its meas it has some imperfection to its shape rather than thickness 

Correct.

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Drums unlike disks are meants for the rear tires, how would they cause vibration while breaking as the front, disk breaks are used while breaking, drums are only used fro the hand brakes?

@Sidshk you said the vibration is almost gone, have to checked why some vibration is still there?

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18 minutes ago, Rahimdad said:

Drums unlike disks are meants for the rear tires, how would they cause vibration while breaking as the front, disk breaks are used while breaking, drums are only used fro the hand brakes?

@Sidshk you said the vibration is almost gone, have to checked why some vibration is still there?

Its almost not noticeable 

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