Kneale Brownson knotnook at
Mon Aug 23 14:22:37 EDT 2004

I've had rears and fronts drag from poorly serviced calipers.   Flushing
the fluids once or twice a year doesn't always guarantee you trouble-free
calipers, especially if you haven't taken the calipers apart to check
internal conditions.  I've found pistons with intact seals and boots that
still were rusty under the rubber.  Possibly a PO's torn boot replacement
without also servicing the cylinder and piston, but more likely the
circumstances of use.  I'm sure some condensation occurs while driving
during winter.    

At 08:49 AM 8/23/2004 -0700, Derek Pulvino wrote:

>- You need to refurbish the caliper.
>So what's my question?
>If you guessed "why are me brakes dragging," then you are correct.  Can 
>anybody verify my thesis with btdt

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