Question about Ford E-350 Super Duty
Dual pistons can be a bit tricky. If you just press one piston at a time, the other piston will push out further. Both pistons have to be pressed at the same time. I good way of doing that is to use one of the old brake pads pressed against both pistons, then use a large pair of channel locks or a C-clamp to squeeze the brake pad, pushing both pistons at the same time.
Posted on May 26, 2011
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