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Old 04-02-2005, 09:02 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Whats up guys...haven't been here in a few weeks...Changing my brake pads soon, and someone was saying to be careful of the rear caliper as the caliper pistons can "blow out" easily on BMW's (but only on the rears...???) Im really looking for a bullshit/no bullshit detector on this one...and if it is a real problem, how to possibly avoid it....

I think it can't be that common because Bavauto has replacement front calipers on the site, but not rears...I dont know...
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Whats up guys...haven't been here in a few weeks...Changing my brake pads soon, and someone was saying to be careful of the rear caliper as the caliper pistons can "blow out" easily on BMW's (but only on the rears...???) Im really looking for a bullshit/no bullshit detector on this one...and if it is a real problem, how to possibly avoid it....

I think it can't be that common because Bavauto has replacement front calipers on the site, but not rears...I dont know...
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Old 04-02-2005, 09:19 PM   #3 (permalink)
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yeah i just did a break job with MY dad on my 89 325ic and had no trouble at all except the roaters were a bitch to get off and i had to drill out the allen screw cus it was rusted and stripped
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thats a load of shit, i have never heard of that,.. did a honda driver tell u that or somthing@!
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thats what I thought, I obviously had never heard anything about this either...thanks fellas...
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thats what I thought, I obviously had never heard anything about this either...thanks fellas...
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