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Removing Disc Brake Piston (STUCK)

  • 24 Apr 2021 10:02 PM
    Message # 10346855

    Had a really crusty one the other day. Used an  old line fitting, drilled and tapped the inside to take a standard grease fitting. Closed off the bleed nipple, attached my grease gun to the fitting and pumped away. Had to clean up some grease, but the piston slid right out.

    MUCH safer than compressed air.....

    Last modified: 24 Apr 2021 10:03 PM | John
  • 16 Nov 2022 6:32 PM
    Reply # 12992248 on 10346855

    Air compressor 150 psi. Grease gun 4000 psi.

  • 19 Jan 2024 9:15 AM
    Reply # 13303197 on 10346855
    Dan

    Using compressed air creates a flying projectile so it should be aimed into a partially full garbage can. It is strangely satisfying when it lets go!


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