I changed my brake pads on my Elixir 4 brakes. That's an Elixir 5 lever and a Juicy 3 calliper.
When i put the rear pads in I was having a lot of trouble so I read a few posts saying the pistons need to be pushed back. I did this and the pads slipped in.
When i took it on a test ride something felt odd, the front brake was great just as before with a good amount of movement in the lever. The rear seems to have about a centimetre of movement before the brake is fully engaged. It then can be pulled back with a little force to the normal stopping position.
Its really spongy and doesn't stop very well.
I have no idea what this could be but my suspicion is a stuck piston as one of them seems to be sticking out a little further than the other.
Any help would be great.
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