How To Handle The Clamp Disc Brake After The Piston Is Stuck?

- Jun 23, 2017-

Chuck-type brake anti-fouling ability is poor, the piston often due to corrosion or dirty and stuck. When the stuck is not very serious, you can use the crowbar to sneak out, or use the hammer to hit the back of the brake to make it vibrate by inertia; stuck too tight, the brake is on the back of the piston center drill a 8mm through hole, and then use Punch or bolt into the hole with a hammer beat, it is easy to remove the piston. Repair or replacement, then M10 tap in the hole tapping, and then use M10 × 10 bolts and copper pads to block the hole.