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How to remove the front brake caliper on a 1984 porsche 928s

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This is a good one,as the brakes are straight out of a golf gti 16v,any golf handbook will do.(just undo the bleed nipple, then force the pistons back into the caliper,closing the nipple before you release pressure to stop any air getting in..then clamp the brake pipe.otherwise its just 2x bolts and a spring clip....

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