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|09-02-2019 12:20 PM|
The pistons seem to be conical.
|08-29-2019 01:24 PM|
the sticky caliper is not an epidemic , just an occasional occurrence
the phenolic pistons were supposed to prevent this better than a metal piston
it happens yes but other factors can contribute like bad fluid , bad hoses that keep pressure applied
my camper weighs 5.6 metric tons and does not kill calipers, I am still on OEm at 155,000 miles
the tow haul sure helps slow these pigs down
good luck on your quality rebuild kit search
|08-29-2019 12:00 PM|
I've tested how the piston "grows" when it gets warm. Dry installed, they probably get stuck.
|08-27-2019 12:57 AM|
|Hartwig||The vehicle is a camper and weighs 6.5 metric tons. Are there brakes with better braking performance as the original ones?|
|08-20-2019 07:09 AM|
Did you buy re manufactured raybestos? Reason I ask is because they make brand new calipers, I put their new ones on the back of my 05 and they're great.
RockAuto has pistons and seal, don't know if they ship to Germany though.
|08-20-2019 02:57 AM|
i have heard good things about powerstop but...
that's all i got for ya
i had a glitch with my rear ad pulled the pins sanded them down cleaned em up and regreased them and havent had an issue since if that helps
|08-20-2019 02:21 AM|
Problem brake calipers 2006 F350
Hello, I would like to buy overhaul kits for all 4 brake calipers for my 2006 F350 6.0 DRW. I had hot brakes on the front axle last year. I renewed the front calipers, now I have in front right again sticking pistons. The exchange calipers were from Raybestos and are badly made. I have an agricultural machinery workshop and have often overhauled brake calipers.
Only to get good parts for my SD is very difficult here in Germany. I am now looking for high quality overhaul kits. Thanks