Brake bleeding done right??

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CallumRD1
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by CallumRD1

That is only necessary if you squeese the lever with nothing between the pistons. This causes them to not retract fully causing severe brake rub when you insert a rotor. If you did your bleeding with the bleed block in place, then this will be unnessary. The brakes may need a few squeezes to adapt to the thickness of your rotor, but that should be sufficient to fix the pad to rotor spacing.

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