MOSTPLUS Universal Disc Brake Caliper Wind Back Tool and Piston Compression Sets-22 Pieces
The compatibility is NOT limited to specific models listed. Works with most vehicles from the brands below. Names after the dash are just a handful of specific older vehicles Operation Guide:Step 1. First, park the car in accordance with the best safety practice, but DO NOT apply the handbrake.Step 2. Next, jack up the car
The compatibility is NOT limited to specific models listed. Works with most vehicles from the brands below. Names after the dash are just a handful of specific older vehicles
Step 1. First, park the car in accordance with the best safety practice, but DO NOT apply the handbrake.
Step 2. Next, jack up the car and remove the road wheel or wheels to expose the brake calipers on which you are going to work.
Step 3. Remove one or both of the caliper retaining fasteners and either pivot the caliper away from the brake disc or detach it completely. Note: Take great care at all times not to damage or snag the brake hose as this may subsequently make the vehicle unsafe. DO NOT allow the caliper to hang with its flexible hose.
Step 4. Remove the worn brake pads after first disconnecting the wear warning wires if these are fitted.
Step 5. Now select the appropriate drive key to suit the position. The drive key should be as near as possible to the same diameter as the piston.
Step 6. Fit the drive key to the force screw. To make this easier, the force screw is magnetic and has two pins to engage the drive key positively. Note: Some pistons need to be rewound under pressure. For this purpose, use the reaction plate. Lubricate the force screw with a few drops of oil before using it.
Step 7. Slip the reaction plate over one arm of the T-bar on the force screw and maneuver it on to the reaction body so that it rests against the flange at the bottom of the body.
Step 8. Now fit the reaction plate into the caliper fork and tighten the force screw by turning the T-bar clockwise until the piston is fully rewound into the bore.
Step 9. Finally, loosen the force screw by turning the T-bar anti-clockwise until you can remove the force screw and reaction plate from the caliper.
Step 10. Fit new brake pads, service the caliper
- 🔵 Package Includes:22Pc kits rotates piston back into caliper for fitting of new brake shoes and pads
- 🔵 Durable: Designed for repeated use with high quality materials
- 🔵 Application: Ideal for 4 wheel drive cars/trucks
- 🔵 Feature: 18 adapters which fit a variety of modern car brands
- 🔵 Note: box’s color may vary.