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post #15 of 17 (permalink) Old 02-19-2012, 04:40 PM
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Both slide pins should slide freely.

If your top slide pin is seized, you should attempt to get it out and clean the hole/regrease. Will prob take some torching to expand the caliper metal and may even take an air chisel to push the slide pin out. Regardless, have new hardware on hand.

However, it might turn into more work than its worth and you should just buy a new caliper lol.

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Both slide pins should slide freely.

If your top slide pin is seized, you should attempt to get it out and clean the hole/regrease. Will prob take some torching to expand the caliper metal and may even take an air chisel to push the slide pin out. Regardless, have new hardware on hand.

However, it might turn into more work than its worth and you should just buy a new caliper lol.
it wasnt seized...im guessing the grease packed up at the end of the hole...i greased it up some more and played with it for a while...and i guess it loosened up a lil..its just the pad i have yet to replace...i will be buying new slider pins and boots that comes with the proper lubricant molly something LOL...im glad it wasnt the caliper it self...10 dollar fix..
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Good to hear. Slide pins are a vacuum effect. Too much or too little grease can cause the issue you had. Or improper/OLD grease.
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