Victim of the
Join Date: Jan 2011
Location: United Kingdom
That little cube rewind tool is very good, but does require more elbow grease than the bigger tool.
I got the cube when I did my rear pads a few weeks back, you just clip it onto a 10mm (I think) socket bar after choosing the right side of the cube that fits the piston.
I had to take the caliper off the hub, wedged it into a position where it didn't move and wasn't putting strain on the brake pipes, then fixed it in place with a cable tie, as you need to push hard and twist the piston at the same time in order to push it back, which you can't do whilst its still bolted to the hub.
It goes in clockwise by the way!
You'll see what I mean when you do it, but that cube is set for about eight different piston types, so it's well worth having in the tool box.
Now a 'proper' Petrol Head