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I need to know what size and what kind of wrench to use on bolts that holds brake calipers on.Thanks alot

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    5/16 allen wrench is to small and a 3/8 allen wrench is to big. a t-50 torx wrench is also to small what size wrench do I need to start this job. thanks in advance for any advice

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If I remember correctly it is a T40 torx bit to remove the pins.

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