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Old 09-05-2013, 08:39 AM   #14
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Originally Posted by Sadlsor View Post
Whenever I change the brake pads, front or rear, I always put anti-seize on the pins before replacement.

I'm sure there are other chemical compounds that will work.

The pins always come out easily, once the small cotter pins are removed.
With the right tools they out easily but as a traveller doing some where other than their garage it isn't as friendly as it could be. The rears are much better I just want to do it with the minimal of tools.

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