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      11-12-2012, 10:55 AM   #6
Sean05
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Quote:
Originally Posted by TC Kline Racing View Post
Not too much to be afraid of with this job. Make sure you crap open the master cylinder cap for when you push the pistons back into the calipers for the new pads.

Tools:
Impact or long ratchet to get lugs off
screwdriver for anti rattle clip and caps to hex bolts
7mm hex socket and 3/8 ratchet
don't forget the set screw for the rotor (be careful, they strip easily - I may recommend an impact driver to get it off)
brake spreader, c-clamp, large mouth adjustable pliers (to push piston back in)

That's about it. Again, pretty straightforward, and yes, it will be similar to other cars you have done.....maybe easier.

Thanks. sounds like the same process to any old car or even recent cars.. Thanks... guys..
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