After the first caliper, I screwed it in by hand. Snugged it a bit, checked for leaks. Leaked. Kept snugging, leaked. There was no point where the top copper washer stopped also rotating as I was turning it. I've already done 3 calipers without issues, but since this is the second one to strip out I don't even know what's wrong.>>25808643
Yep. Washer on both sides.> ATE Bremszylinderpaste
I'll check into this thanks.>>25808652
I'll check the line, it didn't seem tense. Slid right into place. I'm also going to compare more closely the stock banjo bolt with the new one.>>25808669
I'm wondering if it's an issue during remanufacturing. Did the front calipers a year ago, just did the back left, and now it's just the back rear that keeps doing this. All same brand. So I don't know, I'll try to find some significant factor.
Where I live it's like a 30 minute drive each way to the nearest parts store, so it starts to seem like you're just being fucked with by the universe/