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    Rear break rubbing

    Maybe you all can help. Ive been having issues with my rear break rubbing a bit. Ive tried to center the caliper on the disk, and adjusting the disk as best i can. When i look at the breaks the left hand break pad looks tilted (like the bottom is closer to the caliper than the top). Im not sure if that is possible, but if so, do i need to re-seat it, and how would i go about it.

    Some bike info

    Its a 09' Gary Fisher Marlin Disk, all stock

    Thanks

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    get some non-broken stuff - that should help
    Honestly... ahh I give up

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    What kind of brakes are they?

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    just the stock disks that came with the bike, im not entirely sure tbh

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