Rear TRW caliper slider pin boot position?
I'm not sure if this is a silly question or not, but here goes.
I'm going to be putting the rear calipers back together after painting them and I'm a bit confused about how to seat the pin boots. Because they are sealed at both ends, the air pressure (+ or -) makes them tend to slide back to the position that they are fitted in when you either push the pin in a bit or pull it out.
Does how compressed the boot starts out make any difference in the long run? If I push the pins all the way in before seating the boot then the caliper will tend to be pulled towards the outside edge of the disc. If I'm not mistaken that would mean that the piston-side could stay in contact with the inner edge of the disc after releasing the brakes. Equally having the boot all the way out could keep the piston-side pad away from the disc, but the outside (non-piston) pad could be in contact.
Is it just a question of putting them back in as neutral state as possible, or am I over-thinking this and I just need to get the sods back on!