Brakes With hindsight I should probably have researched the forum beforehand. I changed the seal on one of the rear pistons and I changed the front pads. I then used a vacuum bleeder to bleed the brakes and with the car turned off the brake pedal is solid. When I start the car, there is almost no resistance to the pedal going to the floor. If I pump the brakes, I can get some resistance but I can always push the pedal to the floor. I've bled the master cylinder following the guidance in RM184, the load sensing valve and all four calipers so I'm happy there isn't air in the system I suspect that I've damaged the seals in the master cylinder as I pushed the piston out using the brake pedal which I pressed all the way to the floor a few times. Would you agree? Bushes One of my MOT failures was play in the lower shock bushes at the back end. The truck is fitted with OME suspension so I bought two new OME bushes. On fitting them, there is still some play at the bottom end. The post that the bush goes over is slightly longer than the bush so when the bolt is fully tightened, it doesn't grip the bush at all. I could fit some washers to reduce the length of the post but it wasn't like this before and I suspect there has always been some play in the lower mount. Can anyone shed some light on this please?