If you are experiencing rubbing on your V40 disc brakes, don't worry! There are a few things you can do to fix the issue.

Firstly, check if the screws of the disc brake are tightened. If they are loose or missing locks, tighten the screws. This is a common issue and can be easily fixed by tightening the screws.

Secondly, confirm whether the disc brake and disc brake are deformed. If they are, replace them as soon as possible. Deformed brakes can cause serious issues and should not be ignored.

Thirdly, confirm if the disc brake disc and disc brake are parallel. If not, adjust the two to be parallel. This can be done by adjusting the bolts on the brake caliper.

Fourthly, check the gap between the disc brake disc and the left and right brake discs to ensure that there is no interference between the two. If there is interference, adjust the brake caliper until there is no rubbing.

Lastly, check if there are any foreign objects between the disc brake disc and the disc brake. If there are any, clean them up. This can be done using a clean cloth or a brush.

By following these steps, you should be able to fix the rubbing issue on your V40 disc brakes. If the issue persists, please contact our customer support team for further assistance.