Front end vibrates when braking at high speeds. Does not vibrate at low speed. on 2006 Chevrolet Equinox

We have replaced/inspected brakes, different parts in the front end, etc. Husband knows all about cars/builds them. Called the Chevy dealer and they did not know what it was about and had an Equinox in the shop with the same problem. No codes. No lights. 210K miles on the car. I am wondering if the ABS needs to be reset/replaced because one time when braking it bounced back like the ABS was active and the shaking was a lot less and now it is back to shaking a lot.

by in Carrollton, TX on December 19, 2012
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3 answers 4 comments
ANSWER by , December 19, 2012
So i guess the tires have been checked for out of round and balance. Brake rotor run out checked, does it do this ONLY when brakes are applied?
COMMENT by , December 20, 2012
Yes to the tires and brakes - all checks Only happens when the brakes are applied and only at 55 miles per hour and above. Does not happen at 50 and below
COMMENT by , December 20, 2012
Got me, it is a mystery! Just dont drive over 54 mph.
ANSWER by , December 20, 2012
have frt brakes ck and mach rotors.when you did the frt brakes did he repl pads only or pads and rotors? what quaility were they? dealer,auto zone or what?
COMMENT by , December 20, 2012
have done it several time. My husband does it and he builds street rods so.......yes!!!
COMMENT by , December 20, 2012
whta quaility of parts is he using?
ANSWER by , November 15, 2014
uneven tire wear, brake rotor worn out, brake pads. mismatch tire these can possibly cause vibration.