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This is an easy way to compress a brake caliper piston without the need for any special tools. All you need is a G-clamp. This method will only work with push-in pistons (usually front brakes). It will not work with most rear brake caliper pistons as they have to be rotated as they are being pushed in due to the integrated handbrake mechanism. Thanks for watching, please comment, like and subscribe !.

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