I've heard different ways of setting up Juicy 3 brakes once the pads have been changed, does anyone have a sure-fire method? My rears are rubbing after a pad change. I pushed the pistons back in, replaced pads, loosened the caliper bolts, gave the lever a couple hard squeezes then held it and tightened the caliper bolts. Is this correct? Should I have left the pistons all the the way in for a while so they could lubricate?
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