Ok well I used the search button and nothing so ask the masters. I replaced the calipers on the front of my jeep, new pads,rotors. Well I took my tire off the other day and noticed that the outside pad had wore alot and the inside pad wore very little, so whats up and how do I fix it
Blue 93' YJ, 4.0, 5spd, skyjacker 4" lift, crager simulated beadlocks w/33" bfg muds, skyjacker swaybar disco's, dana 30/35 w/ 4:10's, skyjacker t-case drop, and many mods to do yet
prolly a stupid question but did you put your anti rattle clips back on?
1989 yj 4.2L, 3" rough country lift, 2" body, 1.5" shackle lift, sye, 35x12.5 cooper discovery stt's, costom rear bumper with d ring mounts, 4 brl holley 390cfm, offenhouser 4brl intake manifold, hollowed out cat, dynomax straight through muffler, t-case out of a ram, 4.11 gears, super dana 35 kit with detroit
You'd do pass rear, driver rear; pass front, driver front on the Jeep. You bleed until the stream of fluid is free of air bubbles. If you really want to be good, after you're done bleeding them all, go around and do each one again quickly (one shot on each caliper).
Black '88YJ 4.2L
2.5" Skyjacker, 32x11.5s, 4.11s, Weber, HEI, etc.
How would air in the line hang the caliper? Make sure you re-greased the caliper bolts with some high-temp grease, also make sure you didn't tighten the shat out of them, those bolts barely need tightening. Other than that, make sure nothing is jambed in there that could prevent the caliper from sliding on knuckle. Also keep in mind, a little uneven wear is normal.
The YJ is no longer my DD. I have sacrificed all future retirement plans for jeep parts. I'm depending on social security!