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Originally Posted by 93BlackSVT View Post
I'll be replacing the front brake pads and rotors on my 95 Mustang this weekend for the first time. Does everything come apart (and go back together) pretty easily or are there any tricks I will need to know about? I have heard the rear calipers have to be twisted back into place, but the front ones are normal (just pressure them straight back). Is that the case? Any advice is much appreciated. Thanks!
the pistons in the calipers need to be twisted as they're compressed in the rear.. if you're unsure there are videos on youtube that can instruct you.. my uncle's a good guy but hes a complete clutz and he figured it out that way.


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