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Hi All,I require to readjust my brake pads soon, which requires obtaining c-clamps. I simply need to know the size of the c-clamps to buy. Ns asked this inquiry on the various other brake pad threads yet never got an answer.Thanks!
Your brakes don"t call for C-clamps, unless you are thinking that another component and just calling that the dorn thing.
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Your brakes don"t require C-clamps, unless you space thinking the another component and just calling it the wrong thing.
6" worked well.don"t know exactly how yall law this without a c-clamp, i essential one to compress the piston ago into the caliper to be able to slide the over new thick pads.
Ah, ok. I believed you want clamps to be component of the brake instead of parts. You deserve to use those, a caliper compressor, or you can place an old brake pad in there and use a screwdriver and rubber mallet come gently, and also I typical GENTLY, madness the piston earlier (in case you don"t get a clamp in time).
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If instead of the pads, and also rotors, I just jam a large screwdriver/small prybar in the window on the caliper, and also force everything back.Make sure the reservoir cap is off, and also it"s much easier with the caliper totally attached come the bracket.
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I usage a 3 inch C clamp and the old pad to press the piston ago in..Easiest and quickest way and the clamp expenses like five bucks.
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