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 Posted: Thu Jul 13th, 2017 08:43 pm
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4Willz wrote:
that definitely needs a replacement

Only about 2 & 1/2 years behind the time 😊

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 Posted: Wed Jul 12th, 2017 05:14 am
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that definitely needs a replacement

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 Posted: Fri Dec 19th, 2014 05:46 pm
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DB9 wrote:
If one of the rotor faces has detached leaving the remaining face intact, and the brake pads are still serviceable, would the correct reason for rejection not be excessive fluctuation per wheel revolution, which is the newer posh way for grad and judder fail among other types of brake defects;)

Not if it doesn't show up on the rollers.

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It looked just like a lorry wheel on my phone! Doh.!

Must try harder. Where are my glasses!!!

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If one of the rotor faces has detached leaving the remaining face intact, and the brake pads are still serviceable, would the correct reason for rejection not be excessive fluctuation per wheel revolution, which is the newer posh way for grad and judder fail among other types of brake defects;)

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 Posted: Fri Dec 19th, 2014 03:47 pm
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If that disc/rotor was visable when fitted then I would also fail for being seriously weakened. :cool:

I am always that little bit happier when the item I am testing can be seen.

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Looks like a brake disc on my pc.

I would fail it, and mark it as dangerous as well.

But he (or she) certainly got their moneys worth there!

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 Posted: Thu Dec 18th, 2014 11:15 pm
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Whats the fail ?
I've recently been on a refresher course and one very similar to this was shown as an example of a incorrectly failed brake disc.

was it on april 1st?

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KevG wrote:
It's a lorry wheel. Not a brake rotor.

It looks like a brake rotor to me!!

:D:D

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It's a lorry wheel. Not a brake rotor.

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Whats the fail ?
I've recently been on a refresher course and one very similar to this was shown as an example of a incorrectly failed brake disc.

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Were the nuts a bit loose?

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Probably bad enough to fail I recon

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