Brakes again

Derek Pulvino dbpulvino at
Wed Aug 18 11:50:26 EDT 2004


Thanks for the heads up, the pin should be soaking as we speak as I filled 
the boot with a pretty good quantity of penetrating oil last night before 
sealing it up.

Derek P

I broke a guide pin off with not so much torque, proved to be most
inconvenient, if you can't work it back and forth after soaking, buy the
boot kit or remove the boot and hit it with the torch, I was able to
remove the broken pin with an extractor after torching it but it was not
easy.  I never saw any stock 91 rear calipers that do not need the
piston to be turned (as it says in the Bentley)....i go old school with
a c clamp and  channel fine, just be mindful of the
piston boot.

David Schaible

JRS Pharma LP
2981 Rte 22
Patterson, NY 12563

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