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Old 11-24-2011, 01:45 AM   #1
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Brake Problem

Question im trying to google and getting no where.

Im changing my disc brakes on my SUV, now somehow one of the bolts that holds the caliper inplace threw the piston fell off.. So when I brake theirs a knocking noise.
I tried to put in a different bolt to see if it holds but it seems like its stripped.. Ez Fix? I know the top piston slides right out if I tug on it but not the bottom.

With that being said is it normal for the router to move? I mean I got alot of play action, I can pretty much turn my wheel from the router itself, ( round n round, and str8 out at me) is that normal?
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