If the pads are not shot...the threaded rod sticking out the back of the caliper is for adjustment. Loosen the jam-nut and screw the rod in till it stops, and then turn it back out 1/2 to 3/4 a turn. James (JBS) has a good video showing how to modify your caliper to get the most miles between adjustments.
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