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How you get caliper off 1985 ford f150 it rattles and my husband has been under there for hours im tired

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Heat the center up with torch than knock it loose with a board and pound board with mini sledge hammer or use a puller.

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Trying to replace the front brake pads. 1985 f150 4x4. I have the wheel off but this is not the normal 2 bolts to remove the caliper. How is it removed?

Remove the caliper by prying the brake pads back slightly with a screwdriver and removing the caliper slides. If you have the wedge-type slides, then remove them by driving them out with a hammer and punching until they pop out of the back of the caliper. If you have the bolt-type slides, then simply unbolt them. In either case, put the slides aside in a safe place.

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