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    Can't remember his name as I got him down as "Old Jag Bloke"

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigblockjohn View Post
    grease gun
    THIS.

    will move the most solid pistons. hydraulic pressure is about 1000psi so an airline will only move the very slightly seized where as a grease gun is capable of pushing thousands of psi. plus as its a fluid it doesn't go pop when they are freed. just make a fitting with a grease nipple it's so easy. done this many times , never failed.

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    Daren, posted a bit on your other chat/rant bit, google JAG iNTERNATIONAL, NORFOLK, they sell recon calipers and seperate chrome pistons and rebuild kits too,
    put a bit on there but see you have got them out, P.S. if chrome has come off pistons it might be cheaper to get recon ones, seam to think he was asking somewhere
    about £75 per caliper, cheers Richard.

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    i got them out
    ordered a full kit with new stainless pistons

    just stripped the other one down and cleaning them up ready for a paint

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    Last time i did this on mine they were really bad, i drilled the center of the piston and tapped it 10mm used a bolt to drive them out , worked a treat , obviously had to put new pistons in .

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