|03-31-2017 08:04 AM|
|felixthecat||http://c-f-m.com,Performance Brakes, Brake Pads, Rotors and Kits - Brakeworld|
|03-29-2017 05:59 PM|
|bringler26||Napa gold rotors are usually pretty good.|
|03-29-2017 02:51 PM|
|Rocksteady||Anyone know of good affordable svt replacement rotors|
|03-29-2017 02:49 PM|
|Rocksteady||Bump, good info|
|12-15-2014 11:11 AM|
|Mike O||What they all said above. You really need the tool to press against the near side of the caliper to force it back. The Harbor Freight kit is set up for this.|
|12-15-2014 06:54 AM|
|felixthecat||I'd pass on that square tool, spend more or rent/borrow one.|
|12-15-2014 06:16 AM|
|sleepyboy||You may need a tool that's better than the simple square one. Check out the autoparts store for a brake tool kit to rent. I know Harbor Freight has one HERE.|
|12-15-2014 05:13 AM|
|photn02||yeah? i was pushing as hard as i could.|
|12-15-2014 04:08 AM|
|sleepyboy||Push harder while turning.|
|12-15-2014 03:40 AM|
Just tried to replace my pads with new ones, Had the tool and everything, this thread was very helpfull.
However, whilst the tool helped quite alot the piston wouldnt compress far enough to fit both new pads on, only one. if i spun it anti clockwise it would expand and then if i spun it back it would compress, but it never went far enough to completely go back in.
Any thoughts or ideas?
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