clamp off the flex hose leading to the caliper and connect bleed hose to
nipple. Open nipple, place end bleed hose into jam jar and use either G
clamp or wood levers to push piston back. Top up fluid reservoir with new
fluid when finished
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I use a C-clamp and a the old pad to compress the piston. Be sure to
take the cap off the master cylinder - you may need to suck some fluid
out so that it doesnt over flow.
If you're talking about the rear brakes, you'll need to turn and
compress them. It's much easier with the proper tool but can be done
without it if you are patient and at least have something to help you
turn the piston. The fronts just need to be compressed so a big c-clamp
should do the trick.
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