RT Pilot Posted May 7, 2006 Share Posted May 7, 2006 Well, today I removed the wheels from my 04 RT, thinking that I'd get the new tires put on. In the process of removing them (1st time)I completely depress the rear brake after removing the rear caliper (hence the dumbass comment). I immediately realize that I probably just effed up my rear brake and will probably need a bleed (at the very least). After a pointless trip to the tire shop (different story), I decide to put the old tires back on. Surprisingly, the rear brakes slip right on, and work as before. My questions are: I thought that once depressed, I was under the impression that the caliper would need disassembly, repair and rebleeding (according to Clymer); however, it would seem that isn't the case. Am I overlooking something? Is Clymer wrong about this? Are my rear brakes gonna be safe? Link to comment
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