I have seen bad flex lines do this when they get older. They collapse inside and hold pressure to the caliper. The caliper could also be the issue. Hold worn are the pads? I have seen this happen when the pads get thin also. Not just a strange deal.
Heck the brake pedal, I found my pedal sticking last year and think it was from the powder coating rubbing and causing it to stick where it pivots. Tore it apart sanded it and lubed it and all was good.
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I had Aerospace Components brakes on my last car.....Have Mark Williams on current car....Not even in the same league......I do miss being able to drive up to Mark Williams for stuff when I needed it though, was nice to have them local...
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