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      12-02-2012, 06:31 PM   #3
asus389
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Originally Posted by slupie
Try bed your brakes in http://www.zeckhausen.com/bedding_in_brakes.htm . It most likely will help.

ATE used to make all of the BMW rotors in the past I don't know if it still true.

I have had very good luck with Centric brand rotors and pads, I have been using that brand since my E39 days back in the early 200'0's and everyone in the family is running them because I do their brake jobs.
Yeah I'll try that. I did it initially when I got the brakes. I then saw something that said that ATE didn't recommend it. Not sure what to think - I guess at this point I don't have much to lose.

Can failure of other components in the front end cause rotors to wear u evenly? Any common install error I can check for?
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