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jayy.cfg

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hard push
« on: 22:01, Thu 07 January 2010 »
tho the snow didnt help i had 3 of us pushing my 5 and it felt like the breaks ahave seized as it seemed stiff, is there away if they are seized you can unseize them or do i have to replace them ? not 100% sure which 1s tho

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Re: hard push
« Reply #1 on: 22:27, Thu 07 January 2010 »
How long has it been standing?

Will probably need the discs cleaning up if it's been a couple of months, might aswell remove the pads and make sure everythings clean and working as it should.

If it's been standing with the handbrake then it's more likely going to be the rear calipers that give you grief more then anything.

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Re: hard push
« Reply #2 on: 11:29, Fri 08 January 2010 »
last tax '03 so im guessing rear then. im givin her a new makeover anyways so il just change them all around before she goes in for a MOT .