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      12-03-2012, 02:14 PM   #10
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Drives: 2008 e92 328i, Porsche 987.1
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There are alot of videos on how to properly bed in your brakes. Basically, just find a long straight, get up to speed, and progressively hit the brakes without coming to a full stop, then speed up and repeat. If you come to a full stop during the bedding process, that can also result in an uneven transfer of pad material. If you re-balanced your wheels and got an alignment done recently, that shimmy or judder in your wheel is probably because of uneven film transfer.
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