Guest Rick-rat Posted February 12, 2011 Report Share Posted February 12, 2011 I have disc brakes on the rear of my 620 and ruined 1 rotor and caliper, got new rotors an calipers and was still having problems with the rears dragging and heating up. I have the Isuzu trooper set up with Beebani brackets. I bought fully loaded calipers, when putting them on the brackets I had a very hard time getting the bottom bolt in from the mount to the brake frame, could get it by leaving the top bolt in very loosely and starting the bottom bolt and then tightening it up. This morning when I was trying to figure out why the brakes were dragging and when putting the brake back on I was fighting the bottom bolt again. Seems that the lower ear of the caliper was hitting the bracket and not allowing the hole to line up. Took a grinder to the bracket and removed just a little from the bracket so the bottom bolt would go in easily. The bottom ear of the caliper was touching the bracket and putting a slight bind in the brakes and was causing my problems, works great now, no dragging or heating up 1 Quote Link to comment
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