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Old 07-09-19, 08:33 AM
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RayLee
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pulling a hydraulic brake lever with no rotor installed will do this, they are self adjusting for pad wear so pulling the lever "sets" them close together or even touching one another... you need to get them back out, I would remove the pad and pry the pistons apart with a stiff plastic tire lever or large flat head screwdriver, reinstall pad and wheel then pull the lever a few time to set them back.
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