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Hi All,

I agree with Modquad's analysis re: the continual adjustment of the caliper piston. However, this fix has seemed to remedy the problem, thus far. The stock pads are relatively thick, and with the shim (which totaled about an additional .10-15 in thickness), perhaps it was just enough extra thickness to cause the drag, ie: the reset of the piston to it's stock, innermost starting position was such that the reduced thickness of the pad has eliminated the drag. Seems almost too simple.

I don's know if anyone has started using any aftermarket pads to compare this problem with the stock pads, but perhaps a call to EBC or one of those aftermarket giants will help resolve this issue.

Hell, it's a cinch that the Polaris factory can't, so what is there to lose?

Take Care,

JJ
 

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I have had my shims off for a while now and the brakes are still pretty free, so i am gonna stick with it, it works for me.
 
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