[200q20v] Rear brake caliper tool - Helpful part number
motogo1 at home.com
Tue Apr 17 10:30:58 EDT 2001
I took a hack saw to an old 1 1/8" socket. Cut it so it just had two 'ears'
to fit in the caliper notches. Use a ratchet and extension, and it works
perfectly, and was very easy to manufacture.
----- Original Message -----
From: "CL Wong" <montesawong at yahoo.com>
To: "Audi200q20v" <200q20v at audifans.com>
Sent: Tuesday, April 17, 2001 9:08 AM
Subject: Re: [200q20v] Rear brake caliper tool - Helpful part number
> I spent 1 day doing the same thing for my A4 last
> I ended up buying some kind of cube looking tool and
> grinding off 2 nubs on one side to get it to kind of
> I think the pushing in while turning is the hardest
> --- Steve Bednarski <stevebednarski at mindspring.com>
> > I just recently spent a couple of days buying a
> > number of "wrong" tools for
> > trying to screw in the rear brake calipers for my
> > 1991 Audi 200TQW sedan.
> > My car sat up on jack stands for a few days while I
> > tried to find the tool
> > that would allow me to finish the brake job without
> > spending nearly $100 for
> > the factory Audi tool. I finally found the right
> > tool without spending a
> > fortune. It is Lisle part# 25110 and works like a
> > charm. My local auto
> > parts store obtained the last one from the local
> > warehouse. The good news
> > is that I called Lisle at 712-542-5101 and this part
> > number is still
> > available and can be ordered directly from them if
> > your local store can't
> > source it for you.
> > It fits perfectly and is only $10.95. Hope this
> > helps save someone some
> > time, money, or both.
> > Steve Bednarski
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