I think that you may find that when the Brakes heat up any oil left in the linings will come up to the surface and you will have a lack of brakes again. This has been tried many times before and everyone thought they had managed to get the oil out of the linings by using various methods and solvents etc, but we never had one that didn't fail. If you really MUST use sealant on the gaskets, you need to use some very thin sealant, that would squash out easier than silicone and would not alter the thickness of the gaskets as that would alter the end float. The problem is with using that, if you have to repair it at any time, then it takes an awful lot of cleaning to get it off...John(UK)..firstname.lastname@example.org
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