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      11-13-2012, 10:44 PM   #14
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Originally Posted by kaiv View Post
You basically push against the caliper (which retracts the piston) using a screw driver as a lever against the caliper carrier.

I suck at explaining but it's extremely simple. I have a track day this coming weekend so I'll take pics or make a quick video clip when I swap pads.

As for the tool TC Kline posted: I have one I use on small calipers. I'm 99% sure it wouldn't work on the M3's large front calipers.

Yeah, I just got ordered RS19's and got my Loctite Copper anti-seeze... I think maybe manual method will work once I get it all ready.. I'm sure I can figure it out.. If you do get the pics or method at the track, let me know quickest efficient way and I'll replicate that.
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