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Chinook Chinook is offline
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Join Date: Jul 2012
Location: Western WA
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Your photos #2 & #3 showing the grooves are pretty edgy to me. If/ when the calipers are completely cleaned and it is clear that the corrosion pitting has compromised some of the three surfaces (especially the bottom ) of the primary seal groove MOVE ON TO NEW OR BETTER CALIPERS! Brakes are not something to compromise over especially with these cars that can generate (and usually do) triple digit speeds.
You and all are worth the money spent for excellent brakes for C..... sake. No messing around in this area.
If you are still unsure then take the calipers to a local expert for verification.

Again, you and that lovely lady in the 1st officer's seat are worth it!
Gman
Old 03-05-2018, 08:45 PM
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