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Old 12-06-2000, 01:29 PM
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I have another theory. It could be that one of your calipers has a bad piston/bore. The piston could be meeting with resistance in the bore and thus causing it not to apply the same pad to rotor pressure as the opposite side. By replacing the pads, you moved the piston further up into the bore of the caliper, thus remedying the problem. If later in the life of the pads the problem arises again and you don't find any source of contamination, I would suspect the caliper.
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