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[quote author=mazdabrakes link=topic=138232.msg2994631#msg2994631 date=1237074962]
See if you can get the piston pushed back in, you will need to rent a tool from autozone etc to get it done properly.

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agreed. if you cant get the piston back in with that thing then it is seized. good luck to you though. i hope you get out of it with just pads and rotors.
 
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