Help! I have a 2002 Trek Fuel 100 I'm prepping for selling. It has the one of the first versions of Hayes hydraulics, it doesn't even have a model name written on it. I swapped out the rear 160mm rotor since it wasn't true and put in a slightly used replacement rotor. Now when I ride it there is much less braking force available on the rear, and I can feel a terrible throbbing/vibrating at the brake lever. I double checked to make sure I installed the rotor with the correct rotating direction. The rotor itself looks good, I'm at a loss for what could be wrong with it. Any advice would be greatly appreciated!
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