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Ok I had a real bad shutter in the front end when I put on the brakes. I just replaced the rotors and pads and it got rid of most of it.

My front end still shutters under hard braking now though. What else could be causing this?
 

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Steering stabalizer's shot, maybe the ball joints are bad, or possibly the tie rod ends. Shocks are wasted. Do you ever get the death wobble at speed?
 

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that's the weird part. It drives straight as an arrow down the highway, no speed wobble at all. Steering feels tight as well. It just shutters when I hit the brakes. I have to apply them fairly hard now to get it to do it. Could it be wheel bearings? How else could I check?
 

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It could be the bearings. How did you get the rotors off? Seriously hammering on them on the rotors can damage the bearings. This happened to me.
 

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It could be the bearings. How did you get the rotors off? Seriously hammering on them on the rotors can damage the bearings. This happened to me.

No hammering at all. I used a puller
 

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I know you put new rotors on but I can almost gaurantee your rotors are not perfectly true. Get them turned just a little. Tell the guy they are new and you want to see if they are perfectly true. Go to NAPA or a place that you know
 
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