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  1. Hey all, Went to bleed my brakes last week as I was getting some sponginess on the pedal. Came to rear drivers side and some dingus had snapped the bleed screw off inside the wheel cylinder. I've replaced the cylinder and bled the system, but my handbrake now has a really short travel (maybe 3-4 clicks) whereas before replacing the cylinder it had at least double that. Should I be concerned about this or is there anything I should be checking? Been out for a spin and brakes are really spot on since bleeding
  2. Doing the conversion from drums to discs... Does anyone happen to know if the GTI has handbrake return springs that sit on the rear of the calliper? Thanks, Sergio.
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