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I'm in the process of rebuilding the calipers on a TT. I noticed the front are marked R and L on both outer and inner halves. So I assumed the same with the rear and took everything apart.

Now that I'm putting everything back together I noticed the rear outer halves don't have markings to indicate side. The inner halves do. But which outer is which side?

I did notice the pistons are offset from the center. So are the rear inner and outer piston suppose to be aligned or offset?

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C


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i'm assuming L1 R2? that way the pistons align? if im picturing it right in my head lol
 

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Isn't there a bleeder screw on the outside side?
Bleeder screw is on the top side of the caliper, this should help you match the inner and outer sides up.
 

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Isn't there a bleeder screw on the outside side?
Bleeder screw is on the top side of the caliper, this should help you match the inner and outer sides up.
+1 for this - easiest way to tell. If the bleed screws are face down, you'll never get the trapped air out :)
 
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