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    Question rear brake disc help, now

    Hi,

    I have searched but cant find any advice on rear disc removal / refit. I have finally got the pesky caliper off on one side. I have the correct tool to push the piston back in (ie wind it in but cant seem to turn the pison at all. does it need pressure or not? Any advise on this would be good as I have another wheel to go and it's getting dark now!

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    yep sometimes does require some force turn it clockwise and should go in

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    cheers, i think i was applying to much pressure and it was sticking. i went out whilst waiting for a reply and tried turning it with less pressure against it and it went in lovely. Both sets of pads and new turbo groove discs are on the car. I feel good! Now to upgrade this laptop.
    Imola S3 looks normal but isn't

 

 

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