Hanging rear caliper

Peter Schulz pcschulz at comcast.net
Sat Apr 16 10:46:16 EDT 2005


Couple of thoughts...
Ebrake mechanism not fully releasing, or the pads are worn down to less 1/4 
depth- and the caliper cylinder is extended to the point where its binding 
on the cylinder walls.  If the Ebrake mechanism and cables are releasing 
and functioning properly, drive the brake piston completely back into the 


At 09:08 AM 4/16/2005, Mike Del Tergo wrote:
>A quick rip through Bentley didn't show any L/R bias valves etc.  I have a 
>R/R caliper binding that isn't EBrake related.  I R&R'd both rears about 
>18 months ago, including guide pins and carriers.  Now right side is 
>binding. Anything in the system other than the caliper itself to cause this?
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