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  1. They only fit one way but I'm going to double check later. Cheers Sent from my SM-G925F using Tapatalk
  2. Yeah I checked the wheel allignment again, it's on the same mark. I'm going to drop the wheel out later and see if any things a miss. Cheers Sent from my SM-G925F using Tapatalk
  3. I've just replaced my chain and sprockets, put the wheel back on and took it for a test ride and everything was fine.. Finished work last night and rode home, I noticed that the rear brake was applying as soon as I pressed the pedal and was squeaking when pressed, it sounded like it was binding constantly. So when I got home I put the bike on a stand and checked the chain tension, wheel allignment and brake pads and caliper. I couldn't see anything out of place so I checked the rear brake adjustment to get some free play but i couldn't get any free play. So I took the caliper off and checked the piston but I could press it in with relative ease, I cleaned the caliper up and greased the sliders. ( background, the rear brake and disc was replaced 4 months ago due to being warped and sticky piston) I've checked both pads and it seems like the inner pad (the one closest to the wheel) is the one that's rubbing. Making the disc very hot to touch. It's as if the wheel has moved over about 2mm. Could anyone give me advice on what to, I'm at a lose end Thanks in advance Chris Sent from my SM-G925F using Tapatalk
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