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RE: [2]Brake Problems !



Nope!

Just watch them move.

Keith
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Subject: RE: [2]Brake Problems !
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>the caliper(s) have 1 frozen piston causing the remaining one to travel
>more and use more fluid to engage.  The bending of the rotor causes the
>sponginess.


keith,

   Do you have a good way to determine if a piston is frozen ( besides
visually watching each caliper as another person depresses the brake pedal
).

John Z.
69 squareback


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