Starting to wonder if Marta's are worth it.
They work GREAT when working. The bleed process is simple, yet hell. Hayes are a pain, but once bled, they are bled.
Anyways, so I thought I had the rear bled yesterday. But then after a flat I flipped the bike and had air move up and kill the rear brake.
So, followed the bleed instructions to a tee. However, like a moron I pushed the piston all the way out during the reverse bleed. Pushed it back in and re-bled. Things seemed great. Even flipped the bike upside down and no air bubble.
However, now I have a lever that will not return all the way. Almost like the lever is sticky. Went to re-bleed (got air in this time of course), but the lever is still sticky.
Wondering if it's related to pushing that piston out too far. Or, if anyone has a tip.
Love the power, love the weight. Just want them bled and working. Heck, I wrenched in a shop for years(pre-discs), haven't had this type of problem. Thanks.
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