[ROVERNET - UK] 3500S rear caliper

Alan Gale agale at iinet.net.au
Sun Dec 31 00:38:45 GMT 2006

Just read adrian's advice - 
I agree.  The winder should never be forced.  a good cleanup should do the 
trick for you - i was suggesting you try this on the car first to see if it 
avoids the dismantling and mantling process - you may be gruntled by the result.


Quoting Aidrian Bridgeman-Sutton <smokeandsteam at san.rr.com>:

> Bill
> Don't even think about trying to take a shortcut here. If it won't wind in
> again something is wrong and needs to be investigated. It could be as simple
> as a build up of dirt, corrosion and general grot or it could be a damaged
> or worn component. Either way the caliper really needs to come apart
> You may not actually need a rebuild, but in taking the caliper apart to find
> out what's going on you will end up rebuilding it anyway.
> Aidrian
> -----Original Message-----
> .. has anyone any suggestions other than the 
> rebuild
> Bill Robertson
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