why would you want to stick a caliper on your willy surely a rule or tape measure would do the same job, Oops Winnie, must get new glasses, hee hee.
Been parked up in one place too long Boo the wheel cyl's are seized.
I had the same problem with several RVs in the past due mainly to lack of use. It was ALWAYS the rubber flexi pipe that had separated on the inside. They are made up from an outer and inner pipe and will allow fluid through when you press the peddle but wont allow it to release when you take your foot off.
HERE is the official Workhorse Brake thread where as promised, I posted the announcement when it came out.
Over 47,000 2001-2006 MY Workhorse W-20 and W-22 chassis are affected. Workhorse will send out notices later this year for the affected models. Please have your current information on the WORKHORSE.COM site under "my motorhome", and they will first post it there if you are affected.
Cheers for that Snowbird, talked to him for over an hour today, he certainly knows his stuff.........and he recommended DB Motors at Lester, A guy called Martin who talked me through the whole process and has a wealth of knowledge
As a result I've ordered the reconditioning kit for all 4 callipers, new high friction front pads, and 6 bottles of DOT 3 brake fluid to flush the system....all for £260.00
Now all I need is the bottle to start doing it lol....oh and what size is the Alen nut the hods the calliper on?