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 Posted: 08-30-2010 02:04 pm
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Location: Sandefjord, Norway
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He didn't say... I too suspected rotor, but as I said, I have measured it and it was well within tolerances when just spinning it. The rotor has about 1000 miles on it from new.

Could it be that some of the rollers in the bearing is more worn than the rest, so the problem only shows under load? By pulling/twisting on the hub I could increase the runout to roughly twice the amount of the free spinning runout (cold bearings), but I have not done that on the good side for reference yet.