b.m.benz at prodigy.net
Sat Aug 11 07:21:52 EDT 2001
Don't jump to conclusions and blame the UFOs! Check for other loose /worn
suspension parts. Put an indicator on the rotor outer surface and actually
check the runout. 10/1 nothing wrong with the rotors.
'90 90Q-20V 140K
'91 200Q-20V 140K
Ford "Quatro" Tractor
Other Misc. Toys
> From: Mark Trank <MTrank at exch.co.albemarle.va.us>
> Date: Fri, 10 Aug 2001 13:08:24 -0400
> To: 200q20v at audifans.com
> Subject: [200q20v] UFO's
> Fellow listers:
> I've had my 91 200q for approximately 18 months now. Recently I have
> experienced a brief shudder when applying brakes (UFO's) at higher speeds.
> Following the various posts since joining the list, I think I know what's
> going on. I would like to postpone brake replacement as long as possible,
> since braking functions well under most circumstances, though if the rotors
> are showing signs of warpage I guess its simply a matter of time. Is this
> advisable? Or am I looking at more serious consequences down the road if I
> Part 2: what are the advantages to cryo-treating the rotors? What expense
> is involved?
> I understand that my rather open-ended question calls for speculation, but
> who better to speculate than y'all who have BTDT? Seriously, any insight or
> advice you can offer would be much appreciated.
> 91 200q20v 88k miles
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