Join Date: Dec 2012
My Motorhome: Adria vision I707SG
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if the master cylinder is holding on the rear brakes just crack open a rear bleed nipple, if it squirts out and doesn't just dribble then it's likely the master, but i have had a few flexible brake pipes collapse internally that will also cause the rear brakes to bind, admit-tingly that's over a lifetime in the motor trade,
the rear brake compensator valve usually seized fully open causing the rear brakes to lock before the fronts, you can always clamp the flexible brake pipes one at a time to pin point the problem,
Now reitired thank god
, looking forward to flying when the weather is good or motorhoming when it´s not, just like to get away from it all now I can take it easy.