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I believe Rocky had your answer, post #9. Don't know if it was mentioned, but you do want to flush the hydraulic fluid every 2 or 3 years.
That wasn't my issue. Still using the same calipers, and they're working fine. I think for me it was a combination of the pins and misalignment of rotors due to buildup on the hub was causing binding and a lockup mimicking a frozen cylinder.

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^^^ maybe so, but still, Udraft is right. Bleeding the brake fluid every 3 years is a good idea. It prevents things in the brake system from rusting, and preserves brake performance. Waterlogged brake fluid boils at a much lower temperature than normal brake fluid.
 

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^^^ maybe so, but still, Udraft is right. Bleeding the brake fluid every 3 years is a good idea. It prevents things in the brake system from rusting, and preserves brake performance. Waterlogged brake fluid boils at a much lower temperature than normal brake fluid.
Yeah. I never said it wasn't.

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