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    91 Rear Calipers?

    Ahh .

    Ive currently put two days into this project... upgrading the front cal, and redoing the back ones. I finally got the front ones installed (nice red paint job).

    Once I undid the rear calipers, I tried to put the new pads on... but both pistons on both calipers are stuck (barely enough room to fit the pads). Ive been trying to push them in... not happening .

    Does this mean both calipers are bad, or im I doing something wrong?
    Any help...

    Thank you
    -Josh-

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    Try twisting the piston as you push it back into the caliper.

    --Dave

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    Omg

    Ha Im a dumb ***


    Well Im pretty stupid... first time changing brakes guys....

    Going to finish it right now...

    Hopefully I didnt ruin my rear caliper though... cross my fingers and hope I dont die.

    Thanks for the help though

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    Haha That is super funny Josh!

    You should have just called and asked me, but looks like Dave got you the answer you needed. Did you go out and bed the pads real well?

    Later

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    Quite Funny

    I know it was quite stupid... first time changing brakes... .

    At least I put the right brake fluid in, Right???? jk.

    I think it turned out pretty good... nice and red. Thanks for the brakes again Jared.

    -Josh-
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