Question about 1983 Honda CBX 550 F-F2
Hello, does anyone have any idea what the fix is for the rear brakes seizing up? It usually happens if I apply heavy pressure or it seems after it heats up. The caliper doesn't want to release. I then have to pull over and let it cool down for about 20 minutes before they let go. New calipers? Replaces hoses?
Any info is greatly appreciated it. Cheers.
The seal which holds the piston is either gummed up or the piston is rusted. advise a piston&seal kit to fix this.
Posted on May 27, 2009
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