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      06-28-2012, 06:55 PM   #9
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Originally Posted by JAJ View Post
The Girodisc tool is easy, quick and safe. It pushes the used pads back in one action so you can remove them, and it pushes all 4 or 6 pistons in simultaneously (and perfectly straight) so you can put the new pads in. I swap pads on my Mustang Brembo's every week or two, and I can do both sides in less than 10 minutes with the Girodisc, a pin punch and a deadblow hammer (for the retaining pins). It makes the job ridiculously easy.