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Just got my new Seeker and everything is mostly adjusted and set now. I had to center the front caliper to stop the rubbing in the front but I noticed there is no space between either pad and the rear rotor. It's always rubbing. Is there an adjustment for this or do I just need to bed in the brakes?
 

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Just got my new Seeker and everything is mostly adjusted and set now. I had to center the front caliper to stop the rubbing in the front but I noticed there is no space between either pad and the rear rotor. It's always rubbing. Is there an adjustment for this or do I just need to bed in the brakes?
Bed them before you do anything.

Ideally, there should be minimal to no rubbing. But brakes and, especially rotors, are not perfect.

If you still have lots of rubbing after bedding them then call Airborne support.
 
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