[quote author=condor888000 link=topic=138717.msg2990079#msg2990079 date=1236873123]
Or you can use needle nosed pliers.
I've never been able to get that to work on the rear brakes. To save myself time/effort I bought a set of the piston compressors from Autozone for $35. Rented a set the first time I did my brakes. You don't lose anything for renting them except the time it takes to get them and return them.
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