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Hi guys,

I've got some new rear brake discs and pads that need fitting to my G, question I have is, for certain boring circumstances I now no longer have any tools at my disposal, so I was wondering what tools are required for the full job? (brembo system on a 2010 cloverleaf)

I've got a jack and axle stands being delivered, so safety is not concern. I've also replaced discs and pads on the front in the past so I know what I'm doing, I just can't remember for the life of me what size sockets I need and what size the Allen key is for the disc retaining bolt!

Any and all info is appreciated. Thanks!
 

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13mm key for the sliders.

torx for the vibrational damper on the bottom slider pin. Something small, T25 or so.

Rewinding tool for the caliper piston

But the rest I haven't needed to undo yet, so can't tell you what size the pad carrier bolts are or the disc retaining bolt.
 

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13mm key for the sliders.

torx for the vibrational damper on the bottom slider pin. Something small, T25 or so.

Rewinding tool for the caliper piston

But the rest I haven't needed to undo yet, so can't tell you what size the pad carrier bolts are or the disc retaining bolt.
Yeah cheers dude, ended up going to a friends and taking a wheel off and just trying all of his tools to see what fits

So far as I've found out

13mm socket/spanner
15mm spanner
Hammer (x2 depending on how ran down the old disc is)
5mm hex/Allen key for disc bolt

This is all that's really needed, I'll update as and when I end up stuck with half a calliper off and the wrong tools to get the rest off


Edit: obviously rewind tool for the rear
 
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