You probably saw my posts about assembling and installing two rear ends an 8.25 and a 8.75. Well the guy that owns the 8.75 ordered a "new" disc kit for it and I assembled the whole thing for him. Well, yesterday we put the rear end in his car and proceeded to bleed the rear disc brakes. Fluid started pouring out of the passenger side caliper and dripping off the inner pad. This is what we found when disassembling the caliper. The guy called the company and they are sending out new calipers as well as a return shipping label, but how can we not disassemble the new ones and trust them. This is brakes man, WTF? If we have any problems with the company in CA over it I'll post the name of the place they came from. Even if everything turns out fine in the end, the pins for the caliper bottom on each side are blocked by the leaf springs, so in order to ever change the pads he will have to loosen all 8 of his U bolts at least one inch before he can get the calipers off.