Do you mean you put fuel tubing between the two brakepads
on the brake pad guiding pins ? Do you have a photograph of that ?
Have you driven like that for a long time because this will
probably put extra stress on your brake servo in order to compress
the fuel tubing ? I do think that it will provide a more consistent brake
feeling like that, maybe it would have been an improvement if they
installed springs between the brake pads. That might be a new idea we
What I did notice with the brake pads is that if you look at the
right side bulkhead where it touches the right brake pad on the bottom side,
the lip that touches the brake pad only touches the brake pad
in the front. It is not touching the brake pad as a whole.
From the description of Carl I only did two things different:
+ I sandwiched the brake pads between wood and not plastic or tile,
but they did look like they glued together perfectly. I will verify on
a flat board that they are perfectly flat again.
+ I did not execute his fifth step
I am going back and doing this now.