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Old 05-01-2019, 02:23 PM   #15
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Petroleum products are non-polar products, and hence dissolve other non-polar products.
Asphalt erodes because of leaking gasoline or oils, for example. Same logic.

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Hey thanks for the helpful information. I think this bushing could be whatís causing the ďbrake dragĒ Iím experiencing on my BRZ. How exactly do you remove the rubber piece? Is it wedged in the caliper bracket?
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@CEW Undo the caliper bolt, spin the caliper out of the way, and pull the caliper pin out. The sleeve will come out with it
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@CEW Undo the caliper bolt, spin the caliper out of the way, and pull the caliper pin out. The sleeve will come out with it
Ok thanks! Pins were covered in grease so I didnít realize it was on the pin itself.
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