Great to hear you found a "nice" bit of thick mud, 'cause most of us (except Jacket) think mud is crap. lol. All you can do is take the wheels off and gerni the calipers and disc to clean the rubbish out and save some money for the brake overhaul you will eventually need.G'Day all,
Has anyone had the same problem as me that after going through a nice bit of thick mud,the front rotors get all cloged up with little stones & grit? It really sounds & feels horrible!!
I took a look the first time it happened & saw that the meatl "bit" covering the rotors is like a massive scoop for mud??
Please educate me lads.
The good thing about disc brakes is it's easy to remove the calipers and pads if you have to clean them properly.