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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Never Never Do this! Just buy a brand new one there is too much at risk sorry never play with brakes just for money. No rebuilt either only bran new will do.
Posted on Jul 31, 2008
You have to turn (rotate) the piston to get it to go back. A c-clamp will not work and it may damage the piston. I have a 1995 and I just replaced the pads on the rear this past summer. I did what you did and tried the c-clamp and it didn't work. I then read up on it and you have to turn the piston. I did this with some needle-nosed pliers and put them into the valleys on the piston to turn it. I can't remember which direction I turned the piston. I think it was clockwise, but I am not sure.
Posted on Nov 11, 2009
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