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Seized brakes shoes.

Can you help me unseize my shoes on peugeot 307 HDI as I am trying to replace the pads and discs. The old disc and pads are off, but the new ones wont fit on due to the piston being stuck out.

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Buy a C or G clamp from any DIY store or hardware shop and place your old brake pads as it was. Put the clamp on it and press until its limit. Now remove the clamp and old pad, the piston won't come forward. place the new pads and put it on the stud. eventually you have to use the copper grease to slide it on the new disc. Hope helped you anyway

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TAKE A BLOCK OF WOOD AND A CLAMP USE THE CLAMP TO COMPRESS THE PISTON

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