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Old 02-12-2014
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I know... its just a couple of slide pins..

Had to grease them again, got the Permatex Ultra primo super duper synthetic brake caliper slide pin lube and there wasn't any to be found on the pins. They seem to be clean and free of any rust. I replaced them back in June and just last week it felt like the pedal wasn't letting go after I took my foot of the brake, I wasn't getting the front end dip when I hit the brakes hard. Is it going to be an "every six month" thing now? I only put on about 7,000 miles since June. Pads looked fine, no brake dust or rust anywhere. Any ideas???
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Checking interest is selling something.

What are you selling?
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Not selling anything, I went to the forum for wheels, suspension and started a new thread about my dried out caliper slide pins. Don't know how I got there...
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Does your pedal seem spongy? Make sure you clean everything under the slides also and lube the slides and back of the pads. This thread isn't really in the right place either.
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