i Just bought this 1993 Toyota 4x4 and am restoring it. i put on the new calipers and pads; and the inner pad is rubbing on the rotor; with a gap on the outer pad as you can see in the pictue.
there was alot of front end damage including broken cv joint on that side; previous owner lived on a reallly rough mountain road.. original calipers were siezed in the lower left piston and felt similar to the new calipers; i can turn the passenger tire axle but it has no momentum and stops right away because the inner pad is rubbing. with no caliper on it turns freely. on the drivers side it is alligned properly and spins with a bit of momentum on a hand turn.
i noticed this happening after passenger side bearing repack and hub rebuild.
[inner pad is tight and outer is loose with a bigger gap in the bottom right]
[showing rotor allignment with backing plate... it is not rubbing the plate
this bolt is the only visible damage i can see.
[[i also had to replace the CV axle that was completely broken at the joint where it enters the back of the wheel axle]