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| Originally posted by BImmerN2B@Feb 8 2005, 11:37 AM |
That happened to me too. It could be many things. I had a bent or what the dealer said was an out of round rim. Or it could be the rotor or pad. check a bentley manual and see what it says about the ball joints. or who knows if it could be your alignment or balancing of your tires. if those ain't fixing your problem. Then I don't know what is.
| Originally posted by wulley1@Feb 8 2005, 11:02 AM |
I agree with the ball joint post, that seems to be a very common cause of the problem you described.
I had the same problem, but it went away after I had new snow tires put on my rims. I'm assuming that spin balancing the tires fixed the problem for me. Might be worth a try before you replace your ball joint(s).
| Originally posted by BImmerN2B@Feb 8 2005, 06:44 PM |
Akolang are you single?
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