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What would cause the left front disc brake to drag?

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2005-09-07 02:29:28
2005-09-07 02:29:28

Variety of possibilities. Fluid blockage to the caliper, frozen piston, slides that are not moving, pins that are not moving, sagging suspension, groove worn into caliper bracket.

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