My rig got parked outside when the snow and salt started appearing on the roads, I just made room for it the garage the other day. It was outside for probably 3 months without moving. It was nice and warm and dry yesterday, so I took it out for a spin to get everything going. I noticed after a couple errands around town that the brakes seem to be sticking. They would break loose if I backed up or pumped them or whatnot. So, my question is, is this something I can fix with a can of WD40 in stratigic locations, or are these puppies probably done? Or will they just get better with more driving? I couldn't quite tell if it was the fronts or backs, but it seemed like maybe the front. Incidentally, I have been slowly loosing brake fluid for about a year, just top it off every two weeks or so. So, if I need brake work it will not be a huge suprise! If that is the case, any recommendations for upgrades? Fancy crossdrilled rotors or anything else like that? I have been putting if off, because it seems like if you just go in to replace shoes, you break things and find things that you did not want to, and what was a Sunday afternoon in the driveway turns into 3 weeks, and lots of begging for help on Mud.