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Old February 16th, 2011, 06:28 PM
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Leaky Caliper Question

My front right caliper has been leaking slowly for a while which I think is the source of my truck pulling hard to left when i slam on the brakes. Now I've noticed the rear left caliper is leaking a bit worse than the front. Im planning on replacing all the calipers, but I am wondering if they are related or its just coincidence. The truck has 150K on it so I figure the Master is getting close to going since everything else is!
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Old February 16th, 2011, 07:02 PM
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Probably related in the sense that water in the brake fluid will corrode all calipers and/or salt/rust etc effects them all at about the same time, but not related in the true sense of one failing caused the next.

roverguy had a good deal on D90 front brake packages (calipers/rotors/pads). Someone posted a link to closeout MCs for $67 each at rock auto or something like that.
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I'll go ahead an replace the Master Cylinder if they are not to expensive. I was just making sure there wasn't something weird I was missing before I replaced everything. I've already replaced the line with braided. Is there anything else I should think to replace beside the calipers and master while i'm at it? The rotors are is good shape.
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Other than pads and pad hardware, any hard lines that look like they have rust issues. Check the ones on the rear axle and the one going from the distribution valve to the t-piece on the rear axle where it is close to the frame.
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