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    Avid Juicy 7 disassembly?

    I'd like to take a caliper apart and clean the cruft out of it. The thing looks to be completely caked over w/ road salt, pad compound, dirt and etc.

    Good idea? Methods?

    Cheers,

    Sev

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    Scroll to the bottom:

    juicy tech manual

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sci-Fi View Post
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    juicy tech manual
    Also, see the very important tip at the bottom of Page 11. Not many shop instructions include this crucial detail.

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    Well I came to the conclusion that a) I didn't follow the instructions on the bottom of page 11 and b) that caliper has gone to the dogs.

    thanks anyway

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