b.benz at charter.net
Fri Aug 13 16:23:56 EDT 2004
> From: Kneale Brownson <knotnook at traverse.com>
> Soak the carrier and pin in some Kroil for a day or two and it'll probably
> work free. Then clean out the carrier cavities with solvents until you
> have shiny metal. Same for the pin unless it's bent. Relube with the
> proper material. If the pin's bent, you're looking at a replacement
> carrier and pin (they only come as a set).
No way a pin can get bent, excepting by wrench abuse. Proper lube being
most any grease. Replacement pins and boots are readily liberated at most
> Regarding bleeding the system: If you don't do that routinely, now would
> be a good time to start. I bleed mine with each seasonal change of tires.
Only twice a year? There are four seasons!
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