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Old 30th July 2017, 12:08   #2836
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Default Maruti Swift : Test Drive & Review

Originally Posted by a4anurag View Post
Are you using OEM brake pads?
Looks like manufacturing defect or the caliper pins aren't moving freely causing the pads to bind to the rotor creating pressure on it. Is that a crack or some kind of depression?
Running on Bosch that I changed just last month. Not sure it's a depression of sorts, does not feel like it's inside. Also, does not feel like a crack. Not sure why or how this happened, if you see closely, that one disc has two of those marks. This has been post changing the pads wasn't there earlier.

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