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Old 09-23-2012, 08:05 AM   #1
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Replacing front brakes on my 04 svtf

I need some help


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Old 09-23-2012, 08:09 AM   #2
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You need help, like you have never done brakes before help? Might want to check out YouTube tutorials. Not hard if you have tools.
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Old 09-23-2012, 08:10 AM   #3
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I have done brakes they say not to remove the spring what r they talking about
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look at the caliper, there is a sort of leaf spring type thing. it is a pain to get back on LOL
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So they can be replaced without removing that ?
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You can use vice grips to put the spring back in place easy.
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Ok thank u now 3 of the 4 caliper bolts r striped go figure
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You can use vice grips to put the spring back in place easy.
then you need to teach me the trick, it always takes me 10 minutes to get it back in using a needle nose

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Ok thank u now 3 of the 4 caliper bolts r striped go figure
what bolts are you talking about? the 6mm allen key attaching caliper to bracket, or the ones from the caliper brackets to knuckle???
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then you need to teach me the trick, it always takes me 10 minutes to get it back in using a needle nose



what bolts are you talking about? the 6mm allen key attaching caliper to bracket, or the ones from the caliper brackets to knuckle???
The ones holding the caliper so I can't get em off and no will have to go to ford and get new ones
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Really, I got the clip back on in under 30seconds. Its straight forward, pretty easy brakes IMO.
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