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Old 11-12-2005, 02:12 PM   #12
JayGold
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Originally Posted by TarmacRally
You da man, Nice post. So you decided not to take the calipers apart eh?


sticky or DIY sticky +1
Hell no I even was told to disassemble the two halves by the local garage owners down the street so that I could have access to remove the pistons (not necessary, obviously), but when they asked why the standard calipers were not enough and gave me a funny look, I thanked them for the advice and ran home to pop the pistons out by hand.

***For the record, these calipers were purchased overseas and were previously on a 1998 WRX Type RA. Note the condition of the pistons and cylinders when contemplating your next rebuild***

No need to use a compressor, needle nose plyers, wrenches, or disassemble the caliper front from back half.






Thanks guy's, this is not something I would like to do every year, but my calipers needed some TLC.
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Last edited by JayGold; 11-12-2005 at 02:20 PM.
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