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Got calipers checked & are ok also changed brake flex hose but brakes noy releasing for at least a mile & sometimes sticking on when i brake

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  • Teddi B May 11, 2010

    Tried bleeding them?

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I would have the pistons in the calipers checked again. If the slide pins or the pistons have any rust on them they will stick or cause the caliper to angle bind. There is a grease called slidez that I use when I assemble the brakes. Hope this helps and have a good day.

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