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PostPosted: Mon Jan 18, 2016 5:36 pm 
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... then try the rear brake balance valve.
There was a posting on here enquiring about this ( can't find it right now ) so if it isn't the usual culprit such damper bushes, trailing arm bushes, upper suspension arm bushes, exhaust etc; etc; then try the balance valve pivot point. Remove the nut and link rod and look for a lot of side-to-side play. It can probably be cured with a new pivot bolt of a new fixing bracket.


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