|09-22-2012 09:33 AM|
|EazyDuzIt102||The feel of the pedal didnt really change. I havent pulled everything completely apart yet but I was thinking maybe wheel bearing too. Everything in this conversion kit was brand new from the box. This was the first time driving the car with these brakes|
|09-22-2012 06:55 AM|
I am also thinking wheel bearing!!!!!!!!!
I had a car once doing something very similar and when I got the car stopped and started checking things I could figure out what was going on a first.
Did you still have plenty of brake petal when this happened of did it go to the floor?
|09-22-2012 06:18 AM|
How about the wheel bearing? if it was all mounted properly and wasn't hitting when installed maybe the rotor is what has moved and not the caliper?
|09-21-2012 09:36 PM|
take it apart
It looks like the caliper bracket bolt does not align with the casting, Did a bolt shear off?
|09-21-2012 09:24 PM|
Maybe the caliper bracket was installed wrong or not torqued properly.
Looks bent or out of alignment.
After you check the drivers side then look at the passenger side too!
|09-21-2012 10:09 AM|
Why did this happen?
Ok I was driving my Impala last week after having a front power disc brake conversion installed. While I was driving going about 60mph, the car suddenly jerked to the left and pulled me into the lane next to me. I lost complete control of the car and luckily I was able to get the car off the road without hurting myself or someone else. After taking a look at the driver side brakes I seen brake fluid running down the back of the rotor and also noticed that there are some parts of the brake that is rubbing on the rotor that shouldnt be. I hope its easy to see in the pictures but my question is, how did this happen because I have never seen this?