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do you need to take them apart or just send the whole thing
 

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i would think it would be just the caliper housing, then once you get it back you need to hone the chrome out of the bore, and get a caliper rebuild kit with a new boot, seal and maybe piston.
 

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Yea I took mine apart too,you can get them chromed but they might stick.I have a pair for riding and a pair for show.If they are triple dipped the heat should not effect them. ;)
 

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any one have any probs with em sticking afterward, my pedal doesnt really wanna come back to me it takes a min......
 

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Originally posted by eyecandy1n2@Sep 2 2005, 04:57 AM~3738455
any one have any probs with em sticking afterward, my pedal doesnt really wanna come back to me it takes a min......
Bleed youre brakes really good,and you should be ok,unless the piston is stuck from the plating. ;)
 

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Originally posted by UCE-ORLANDO@Sep 4 2005, 12:59 AM~3748729
Bleed youre brakes really good,and you should be ok,unless the piston is stuck from the plating. ;)
thanx man for the advice i took brake fluid and cleaned them out real good before reaaembly, so they where clean with no sand or nuthin from the chromer i had another guy tell me its prob air too so ill check that fo sho

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Originally posted by eyecandy1n2@Sep 5 2005, 01:53 PM~3756437
thanx man for the advice i took brake fluid and cleaned them out real good before reaaembly, so they where clean with no sand or nuthin from the chromer i had another guy tell me its prob air too so ill check that fo sho

THANX
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