You might think that was it, nothing else to do on the Superb now. But the rear passenger side brake has been squeaking a lot and driving me mad. And I wanted to put the new tyres on the rear wheels to wear out the old tyres quicker so I can get fresh rubber on those too. So I got the wheels off and looked at the break that was squeaking and I presumed was not working apart. Nothing really wrong with it, just lots of corrosion you find with this items that do a dirty job in one of the worst positions on the car. So a strip down and a though clean and some copper grease in the right locations should do it. And while I was changing the wheels on the passenger side I thought I’d do the same to that brake. The brake that didn’t squeak and I thought was working. This break obviously wasn’t, again a dam good strip down, clean and copper grease in the right places and it is now working.
And whilst I had those wheels off I thought red…
and painted those brake callipers
Totally awesome or what.
Time well spent and I’m sure you’ll agree.