I’m starting this thread to see if anyone else is having the same trouble we are and to get some suggestions what to do about it. Our coach is in the Workhorse brake recall. We got the first notice back in May 2009 which in essence stated that there would be a recall so we did not do anything at that time. In Sept. 2009 we began to have trouble with our brakes grinding and making noise so we took the coach to a Workhorse authorized service center. They found damage to the left front rotor which they replaced along with the calipers, seals, pads, etc. All of this was covered by Workhorse. In Sept 2010 we got the notice that there was now a final remedy to the problem so we returned our coach to the same repair shop. They replaced all of the calipers under the recall and again found rotor damage. However, this time Workhorse will not cover the rotor replacement under the recall because they are claiming the calipers did not cause the damage. They claim that rotors can be damaged in other ways and in our case this is what happened. They say that if the calipers caused the damage there would be specific evidence which our brakes did not have. Our feeling is Workhorse admits the calipers were defective and as a result they were causing damage to the rotors. We have the defective calipers; our rotors were damaged; so it seems reasonable that the defective calipers did this damage. I even talked to a Workhorse representative and explained all of this, but they will not budge. So has anyone else run into this problem? What did you do? Thanks for any input.