Brake goes almost to the floor and is solid it will stop thee car. I've bled the brakes and there are no leaks. Does this indicate rotors too thin? What is the thickness required for a 76 rotors.
Nut,are you talking about zero tolerance pistons? A friend of mine installed them in his 74 worked real good. Hope you have S.S. sleeved calibers,with that combo you can't miss. Chucknutmegbronze81 said:Ed,
I've got the same problem with my '81 and I'm dying to try out the O-ring piston fix. I have seen a VERY small leak under the inboard right front caliper. Only 66K miles so I doubt the rotors are worn that far and the pads are brand, spanking new organics. Stay tuned.......
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Don't forget the hoses they also have the Teflon ones that will make your stopping distance shorter.
It looks like you need to go a little deeper into your problem you must have run out or a loose bearing assembly and if you read my other post you will see the only way you can make sure of getting a good reading of either is to disconnect the Half shafts from the axel.
There is nothing wrong with the o ring pistons but it may be a cover up for a more dangerous problem.
If you need more info let me know I have done this job a lot of times.