Also, it is highly, highly recommended to replace brake parts in pairs. If one side is bad, the other can't be far behind and you really want your brakes to be equivalent side to side.
In general, I agree, and I appreciate the advice. The other side looked fine from a visual inspection. The pads are still in great shape and the slide pins move freely. I think I'll leave it alone for now, but if it happens again, I'll know what the problem is.
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Last edited by acade; 07-01-2019 at 08:50 AM.