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Old 09-03-2013, 07:31 PM
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Boat: 1999 mastercraft sportstar 19
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brakes slightly stuck on

trailer:
1999 mastercraft
single axle
disc brakes
a-60 actuator.

Problem: after I towed the boat home from the lake yesterday, I observed that the wheels smelled hot and like brakes. There was lots of brake dust on wheels and grease coming out of the hubs from over heating. From checking the issue out, it appears the brakes are stuck on, though not so much that the wheels are locked. They still move with some hand effort, and I didn't notice a different pull coming home. Im guessing that the master cylinder is stuck? I have attempted to pull the actuator in and out; to no effect. I inspected the pads / rotors and the pads have an odd angled wear pattern to them. I admittedly have neglected the trailer / brakes over its 14 years, as I only trailer it 2 to 4 times a year or so, 100 miles max a year.

Looking for any insight from the experts. Thanks in advance.
Robin
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