Remove the brake cable and the nut on the back, remove the seal, use a c-clamp or large channel lock pliers and push the piston back int the bore, if it will not go this way, replace calipers. And those big fat slide pins MUST be cleand and greased with silicone caliper grease. Remove the cover on the master cyl, and just place it over the master, before you begin.
To get the right adjustment on the rears, use a 14mmor 15mm, on the rear of the caliper and turn till the pads are touching the rotors. Replace seal, cable and lever. All done!
Wednesday, February 20th, 2008 AT 10:05 AM