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nj 94tt, where in NJ are you at?

the bolts holding the calipers are 17mm. It's a bitch to take off if it's never been taken off before....However, You can try 2 methods. Use a breaker bar or use a 17mm wrench and attach another wrench at the end as an extension. make sure to use the closed end of the 17mm wrench on the bolt.

Also, I believe the front caliper bolts are longer than the rear, so don't get them mixed up when putting them back on.

also, blkturbo is a great source to get urs done. I've never had him to mine, but I inquired about it before. Great guy.:)

Edit, PB blaster should help a bit too.

Here's how mine came out.

 

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Brake fluid shouldn't be coming out. Where is it coming from?

Doing a fluid flush with DOT4 at this time won't be a bad idea either.

nj94supratt said:
wow thanks for the hlep there chronoj1

blkturbo i'll pm you, i am interested i would still need to get them off. and does any brake fluid come out of the line when you remove it. does it need to be plugged.
 
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