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Old 01-14-2013, 06:00 PM   #764
Lindyn11
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Join Date: Jul 2012
Chapter/Region: South East
Location: Fort Smith, Arkansas
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Originally Posted by stangster50
looks like the inside face of the caliper stopped the piston from falling out, and leaking fluid. so you would still have 3 wheels stopping.
When I was a poor broke college kid, had a 2000 f150 with ~250k mi. Someone pulled out in front of me one day and I locked it up. Pad shifted in the caliper on the front right. Wore funny, made racket. Long story short, I popped the pistons out after the pad wore through. Luckily I had been expecting it so I eased to a stop with the e-brake. Apparently that's what teh e-brake is actually for. But yea, I'll go ahead and guess ignorant college kid, or up and coming hip hop artist.
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