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A have a Jayco Motorhome mounted on a 2000 F450 chassis. The left front disc will seize up on occasion. The wheel will not lock up, but the left front brake will drag. It will stop as soon as it starts.

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I guess the bigger question is why you have not replaced the caliper if you know it is seizing. Do both sides.

Posted on Sep 13, 2010

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