Re: Has anyone got a caliper windback tool?
I'm glad it's useful. The tool works well because you can put all of your weight and a lot of leverage into it.
This photo shows how to use it in the heaviest conditions....you won't need to do this if they aren't almost siezed in.
First you undo the 2 nuts holding in the disc, take out the disc, then put the caliper back and cable tie it in so it can't slide off the mounts.
Now you've really got it where you want it and can apply as much force as you need.
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Last edited by Bodger; 03-11-07 at 14:39.