What did you do to your Mitsubishi today?

Salonika

Monterror Pilot
Broke down front brakes YET AGAIN. Frozen piston. I swear, I need a new source for brake hardware. My truck isn’t even a daily driver, only sees a few thousand miles a year, yet I feel like my front calipers don’t make as long as they should. Just checked my records, I replaced that caliper almost exactly two years ago and 10,000 miles. That can’t be right. It’s not always the same side either. I don’t drive through water....or much mud....I’d pay more money to get good stuff. What sucks the most is that when this happens I install new pads on the frozen side after repair, but then also need to put new pads on the opposite side just to keep things equal. Any brand recommendations for brake hardware?
 
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Broke down front brakes YET AGAIN. Frozen piston. I swear, I need a new source for brake hardware. My truck isn’t even a daily driver, only sees a few thousand miles a year, yet I feel like my front calipers don’t make as long as they should. Just checked my records, I replaced that caliper almost exactly two years ago and 10,000 miles. That can’t be right. It’s not always the same side either. I don’t drive through water....or much mud....I’d pay more money to get good stuff. What sucks the most is that when this happens I install new pads on the frozen side after repair, but then also need to put new pads on the opposite side just to keep things equal. Any brand recommendations for brake hardware?
Maybe you need to drive it more?

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Removed the running boards, removed the skid plate, started removing front bumper sprayed a lot of PB blaster on other bolts while figuring out what's next.
 

Did the frame bushings for the LCAs, way easier than I thought they were gunna be thank goodness! Trick is to have allthread and plenty of washers.

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