Bill, its possible that you just need to bleed your brakes again....Silicone
has a habit of keeping air ingested for a while. I have a similar problem on
the right rear brake of my Arnolt. Release the bleeder and problem goes away
for a while...while drums are very hot, I use a water spray to cool them down.
After getting all the air out, the real solution is to take the master
cylinder piston out and machine off .050 of the face of it to allow it to
more clearing the bleed hole....
I've got a machined MC here waiting to go in to the Arnolt if this
Terry in Oakland
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