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Rear brakes

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1Rear brakes Empty Rear brakes on 20th February 2017, 1:11 pm

Keensie


Have a problem bleeding the drivers side rear caliper i've disconnected the rear hose to caliper but the pedal is still hard and no fluid coming out.All other calipers bleed with no problem,can anyone piont me the right direction? Sad

2Rear brakes Empty Re: Rear brakes on 20th February 2017, 1:14 pm

nomad

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Are the standard calipers ???


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3Rear brakes Empty Re: Rear brakes on 20th February 2017, 1:37 pm

johnny gtir

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Flexi collapsed on inside ? Kink in brake pipe ?

4Rear brakes Empty Re: Rear brakes on 20th February 2017, 3:35 pm

Keensie


Yes it was the flexi hose I now have fluid coming out the connector on the pipe but it's severely corroded, is that pipe one peace to the front? I only need to replace 350mm from caliper i was hoping to cut that section out and join in a new piece.

5Rear brakes Empty Re: Rear brakes on 20th February 2017, 8:20 pm

johnny gtir

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Mixed reviews but sure joiners are not a mot fail if you double flare them or somethibgb

6Rear brakes Empty Re: Rear brakes on 20th February 2017, 8:25 pm

gtir_woody

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Yup one piece all the way mate. I'd inspect the rest of the pipes, as johnny said could use a joiner but make sure the rest is fine or you are wasting your time.

7Rear brakes Empty Re: Rear brakes on 21st February 2017, 6:33 am

Keensie


Ok thanks, the rest of the pipe run is all good its just the end under wheel arch,all other pipes are in good condition wierd it's just that one corner that's corroded.

8Rear brakes Empty Re: Rear brakes on 1st March 2017, 5:25 pm

Keensie


Drivers side union is seized so decided to replace both lines front to rear,is this a pig of a job?

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