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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 04-29-2013, 06:59 PM Thread Starter
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update* Front hubs won't fit with new pads

So I was changing my brake pads today and had to bleed my brakes also. One of my cylinders started leaking and the bottom came out of the cylinder. Will this require a rebuild kit or replacement? ALL I need to do, is get this cylinder fixed, replace the front brake pads and replace the shoes on the back and I'm done!

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clean it really good..inside the wheel cylinder..and put it back together...all you did was force the piston out of the wheel cylinder.

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that outter rubber part is just a dust seal...the inner rubber seal is what operates your piston inside the wheel cylinder.

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Thanks shadetree, now that I have the brakes all put back together with new pads, I can't get the hubs on now?? The pads seem to thick, but they're OEM honda brake pads.

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