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  1. Brake Caliper Rebuild

    First Generation Ridgeline (1G 2006-2014)
    Greetings, I've been a long time reader of this forum, but never posted before. Time to stop leeching and start contributing to the Ridgeline zeitgeist. Don't worry, this is not a rookie mistake. I haven't found this covered in another post. I had a stuck piston in my rear caliper. I had...
  2. Brake calipers

    1G Under The Hood / Performance
    So last year, I found some of the pads frozen, and filed the tabs, lubricated, reinstalled, and also removed and lubricated all the caliper slides. Just the other day, only a year later, I took the wheels off, and the passenger front bottom caliper was frozen in its tube. Had to whale it out...
  3. 2-Year-Old Brake Inspection

    1G Under The Hood / Performance
    After reading all you guys say that the caliper slides should be greased yearly, I took the wheels off the other day to do so. My truck has only been driven for two years, so I thought it wouldn't be that big a deal. When I took off the fronts, the pads came off pretty easily, as I've come...
  4. Lubricating Brake-Caliper Slides

    1G Under The Hood / Performance
    I've heard some of you say that I should lubricate the brake-caliper slides every time I change the oil. In my Trans Am, for instance, the floating caliper-piston clamp is attached with two bolts (one at each end) to the end of each of the two caliper slides, both of which are enclosed in...