I just replaced my rear brakes and found a pair of linemans pliers worked
to take off the shoe keepers (regular pliers would work just as well) and
a pair of needlenose pliers took care of the springs (spring pliers just
did not have enough room to work) just make sure to put everything back in
the right place
Sorry, I just saw the "disk" in your post. If they are the same as the
front there is only a couple of bolts to take out and then compress the
cylinder. they will then just unclip off of the caliper for replacement.
For rear disc brakes; the piston in the caliper will need to be turned, (not
pressed) back into its bore using a tool (available at most part stores) that
will fit onto the piston notches, allowing you to turn the piston.--J
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