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Offline Paullie

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Re: Vibrarion when braking
« Reply #80 on: 03 November, 2018, 07:40:14 PM »
Looking good!  :028:  I quite like the gold disc carrier - harking back to the T1050. Might be interesting to see if you have no more vibration probs ....

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Re: Vibrarion when braking
« Reply #81 on: 03 November, 2018, 07:58:14 PM »
All good so far ..... I'll do an update when they've a few trips on them  👍

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Re: Vibrarion when braking
« Reply #82 on: 06 December, 2018, 10:42:37 AM »
Just got my disks checked and (no surprise) they are just over the max runout once again at 34k.  :232:
Mr Triumph you have my warranty claim (once again) for consideration.

I think (when the replacement gets the OK) I'll order some EBC Double H pads and swap them out as soon as the disks are replaced.
This will be the last time I can claim under the 2 year warranty period.
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Re: Vibrarion when braking
« Reply #83 on: 06 December, 2018, 10:45:47 AM »
*Originally Posted by jkd102 [+]
I think (when the replacement gets the OK) I'll order some EBC Double H pads and swap them out as soon as the disks are replaced.
This will be the last time I can claim under the 2 year warranty period.

Don't the new discs get any warranty? They should.
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Re: Vibrarion when braking
« Reply #84 on: 06 December, 2018, 11:14:21 AM »
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Don't the new discs get any warranty? They should.

I don't know  :087: I suppose Triumph could replace endless disks if that was the case.
Anyway I'm hoping that a change to HH sintered pads will prevent it happening again.
From reading up on previous posts, it seems a good option.
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Re: Vibrarion when braking
« Reply #85 on: 06 December, 2018, 12:20:43 PM »
*Originally Posted by jkd102 [+]
I don't know  :087: I suppose Triumph could replace endless disks if that was the case.
Anyway I'm hoping that a change to HH sintered pads will prevent it happening again.
From reading up on previous posts, it seems a good option.

If the product is at fault they should replace until they get it right imo. My ST955 discs were still good at 60k miles, I did all them miles & never replaced discs. Pads were replaced with tyres back & front. Those discs & on the ST1050 had some side movement, these TS discs don't.

Good luck with the new discs/pads.
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Re: Vibrarion when braking
« Reply #86 on: 06 December, 2018, 05:36:08 PM »
*Originally Posted by Paul2bikes [+]
If the product is at fault they should replace until they get it right imo. My ST955 discs were still good at 60k miles, I did all them miles & never replaced discs. Pads were replaced with tyres back & front. Those discs & on the ST1050 had some side movement, these TS discs don't.

Good luck with the new discs/pads.


Cheers - I agree 100% but I also want nice brakes again and Triumph are intent on replacing crap with crap.
I felt the vibration under braking much earlier but I knew that it had to reach a certain point for it to be claimable so I put up with it until it got really noticeable.
Iv'e owned over 20 bikes and never replaced disks on any of them. Sold my RS955 at 67K and the disks were still working perfectly.
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Re: Vibrarion when braking
« Reply #87 on: 06 December, 2018, 06:29:42 PM »
*Originally Posted by jkd102 [+]
Cheers - I agree 100% but I also want nice brakes again and Triumph are intent on replacing crap with crap.
I felt the vibration under braking much earlier but I knew that it had to reach a certain point for it to be claimable so I put up with it until it got really noticeable.
Iv'e owned over 20 bikes and never replaced disks on any of them. Sold my RS955 at 67K and the disks were still working perfectly.

I fully understand you keeping the RS955 for all those miles. IMO the RS/ST955's were brilliant bikes, Great build quality, couldn't fault them.
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