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left rear brake sticking

Whats the most likely culprit? Caliper os hose? I have an issue with my left rear brake. If I remember correct theres been some caliper issues?
I know my trucks are 7.3's but i have a srw rear end from an 08 in my truck. Been fine for 10k. The brake just went bad on driver side.
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anyone????

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I have read that sometimes the guide pins need to be greased so the pads will slide correctly?

I don't know if that helps.


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thx, I did that. Its either caliper or hos. Its only on te one side.

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Mine was sticking caliper right rear. The inner pad chewed into the rotor. My advise after?this happening twice, if u think ur not coasting like normal, u better check.


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i took it all apart. I Just have to take a guess on hose or caliper, I am guessing caliper.
The back side of the rotor was hottest.

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Yes, I'll resurrect this; what was wrong? My RR inner is wearing. New caliper mount due to snapped slide pin. Greased again because it was sticking. Still is.
Hose? The LR pistons pushed in easy, but not the RR.



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