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  • MC Raz
    In my opinion poorly balanced wheels can effect your disc brakes. I have had my front tyres replaced and at speeds over 50mph you can feel the car vibrating. This in turn was causing the wheels to pull the discs different directions even if only minimal which caused them to rub against the pads.19 Apr 2017
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