Old 12-12-06, 01:46 PM
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How about this (if you have the time): clean both rotors first, wich alcohol. Then, swap the front and rear brake pads. If the calipers are really aligned properly, then the only thing could be some greasy substance in one (or both) front brakepads. Swapping front and rear pads, you could confirm this theory, because then the front would brake and the rear wourldn't. Perhaps even just a visual inspection of the brakepads could reveal something.
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