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    Unhappy OMG.....OM freaking G.......

    WTF.......these first generation front brakes............................................ !!!!!!!

    I cannot get the freaking slides plates back into the freaking caliper and bracket..........................

    Dammit man, WTF.........

    I can't believe I've owned this cotton picking thing since 1995.

    I've always had trouble with the front brakes.........and I am having trouble right now.

    Being freaking drunk don't help as my wife keeps reminding of......................sshhh (not drunk, just had a few).

    Just venting, sure it will come together.........but, dayyyum, these front brakes.

    And to think, I could have been at "The Dragon" this weekend. Sheeeeeat!!!!!!

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    UUmmmmmm LMFAO!!!!!! easiest thing in the world! Put the caliper on the bracket without the slide plates and than 1 at a time slide them in! Done it so many times never had trouble

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    Yeah......funny sheeeeat......just freaking frustrated..........................

    Should have been in the mountains, camping and riding the "Dragon".

    Pissed................will get it eventually.

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    What do I need to do to be able to edit my responses?????????

    Dammit man...............................

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    even easier go to the junk yard and get the calipers and Mounts from a sec gen as they will bolt up and then you have a floating caliper system

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    He sounds frustrated!?!?!?!
    Hope a big sludge hammer isn't in his tool box.

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    roflmao.......................

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    I finally got them installed...................

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    It sounds like you squeezed one side then the other. But the piston is not all the way retracted into the bore.
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    Oh......for sure the piston was all the way in.

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