Be the last
For me, I will be one of the last to change the calipers on my rig. I have an 05 with nearly 30k miles on it and no brake problems. I knew through two sources way before this brouhaha started to change my brake fluid every two; one was my service writer at Beaudry RV and the second BMW. My 99 M3 had phenolic pistons and BMW recommended a 2 year service interval for the brake fluid. The M3 is designed for the brakes to function, without diminished capacity, when red hot. There is a reason high-performance vehicles and police cruisers have these calipers, they do not transfer heat like metal pistons to the brake fluid.
Is changing my fluid the reason I am not having problems, who knows for sure. Is it because I drive my rig using the brakes as little as possible; gears in the mountains, maintaining a distance in traffic, could be. Is it because I have progressive supplemental brakes on my tow vehicle, again who knows. Am I simply lucky and my calipers were on the favorable side of the tolerances for the caliper/piston, I will never know.
I do know this, I am not turning my RV into a rolling test lab for Workhorse and Bosch for a problem it does not sound like they have a definitive fix for. (Floor mats and stuck accelerators sounds familiar)
So I appreciate those of you getting on waiting lists and being the first to the repair shop for the recall. I will be one of the last.
05 Southwind 32V