A few years ago I rebuilt the front brake caliper and installed stainless steel brake line from Chacal (awesome kit). Stopping power is excellent - my front brake lever is almost too firm with very little travel (I'm not complaining I like the stopping power). however, I noticed that my front wheel will not free spin. I can of course, turn it by hand, but there is drag which seems a little excessive from the caliper pads on disc. The drag prevents any free spinning of the wheel. I do NOT notice any drag while riding but I'm sure I need more clearance between the pads and the disc. With the bike straight up & level I have a small visible air bubble in the master cylinder (seems right to me). Couple of questions 1) should there be more travel in the brake lever? I am fully engaged at almost immediately (I'd say 20% travel) but I just thought that was because the stainless steel lines are so awesome (and yes I do have the proper clearance gap between the adjuster and the master cylinder piston). 2) suggestions very much appreciated on what my problem might be and how I can increase the clearance between the pads and the disc. Obviously I'd like to start with the simplest solutions before taking everything apart and rebuilding the caliper (again). Would bleeding a little fluid out help ? Thanks All! 1982 XJ650(J) Maxim - love this bike!