Seized Caliper

Can someone just stop this idiot of spamming all threads.....

When you are dead, you don’t know you are dead. It is difficult only for others. It is the same way when you are stupid. :burnout:
Shorty, i fully agree, but in this case this seems to be not a real Person.

It might be a Virus / Spam mailer, as the replies that Person (whatever it is) is sending are neither related to the thread nor to this Forum.

Besides that those replies are copy and pastes to different threads on here.

Either a really crazy Person, or just a new way of terrorizing Forums....
Had a smoking stuck caliper on the front left about a month ago, only 20k on the odometer but from what I can tell it's just the hydroscopic nature of brake fluid and these calipers that makes it a thing.

Rebuilt both sides, took a few hours but I used the data from this forum to help out. First time I've done a multi-piston rebuild, that's a fun game...
Also can you get piston kits or is that just seals ?
I converted mine to STEEL pistons. The factory Phenolics swell tight in the bores and stay seized. This happens on the medium size trucks, frying the pads and rotors. I can rebuild your with steel and offer powdercoating also. I have drilled rotors also, but the freight is high.