RezBomber wrote:im thinking of just, unscrewing the one screw that reqs. a hex key, and then slowly turning it so i can get a little room to see if i can pull the one piston out, since its not on the side of the cable thats giving me problems. then try to wipe it clean and then put the piston back...but before i try that idea out, i am still going to try and gently push it back, with screwdrivers.
RezBomber wrote:yeah after my last attempt i looked at where the hose connected to the caliper, its rusty. so i guess ill have to take the brake off and send it to the LBS, but here i think they gave the shop set up for their "skiing" so ill have no bike service then. was thinking of just buying a whole new back brake set up, because i do have a few bucks laying around for emergency bike things. i was thinking of, Srams XO, because this weighs in as a cross-country bike. would i also need to buy a new rotor? or just keep the 160mm in the wheel? front brake is good, but in the spring i will send it in for bleeding.
element22 wrote:Now what is happening there is more than likely a lack of lube...
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