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I believe the guide pin is getting jammed up again. May need new caliper bracket
 

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If the guide pin keeps jamming up, then either the bracket or caliper was not drilled correctly and one of them is angled too much for smooth operation.
 

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Never had any issues until pfc pads
 

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You likely got a bad set of pads, seems everybody else using them has had no problems, just great stopping-- If you got them from Amazon they are probably fake, if from a reputable dealer just an off pair (happens sometimes).

Here is something weird on brake pads: the Raybestos EHT pads I put on the wife's car had Hawk HP paperwork in the box... discovered both are manufactured in China and are probably the same pad with different names...
 

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Got new pins and the original brackets chewed up the one again. New bracket and pins on now. So we’ll see.
 

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Same. ESP since I just spent $60 to powder coat the bracket lol
 

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I had a bad rear bracket on the Powerstop kit I bought for the wifes Purple people eater- they sent me a new bracket within two days. I couldn't even get the top pin to go all the way in without jamming - it was drilled incorrectly at a downward angle.
 

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I didn’t have any issues with that bracket until recently.
 

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Ordered new bracket for passenger side. No issue AND now the driver side bracket is acting up. Da faq lol
 

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Hi! So I know this thread is older but krautmaster seems to be the master of the B9 conversion. Could you please supply me with all the part numbers necessary? Everywhere I look people either don't include the rears or the fronts end up being a different size. I have been incredibly frustrated for the past couple weeks trying to piece together what parts I need/don't need. Apparently the front rotors are meant to be bigger then the back ones? Maybe I'm just being an idiot but none of this is making sense. Thanks in advance
 

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All the part numbers are on the first few pages.

Yes the front rotors are bigger. Most of the stopping power is up front.
 
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You likely got a bad set of pads, seems everybody else using them has had no problems, just great stopping-- If you got them from Amazon they are probably fake, if from a reputable dealer just an off pair (happens sometimes).

Here is something weird on brake pads: the Raybestos EHT pads I put on the wife's car had Hawk HP paperwork in the box... discovered both are manufactured in China and are probably the same pad with different names...
Not related but I contacted a brake supplier about making pursuit rear pads that occupy the whole plate, hence a bit more rotor contact. Lets see what happens
 
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