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|26th November 2008, 21:21||#16|
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If you have alloy like mine with wide are so that you can put your hand inside.. run the nails of your finger from inside/centre to outer edge of the disc. If you feel uneven surface, you have overused your pads to the brim. It needs replacement along with resurfacing of the disc or replacement.
If you don't have alloy jack up and remove the front wheel and try the above.
PS: any sign of brake oil level going down.
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