HELP WITH BRAKES ON 94GT

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  1. KELS94GTVERT

    KELS94GTVERT New Member

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    DOES ANYBODY NO WHAT SIZE TORQE BIT DO I USE TO REMOVE THE CALIPER TO CHANGE THE PADS!
    I TRIED A T-45 ANY NOTHING SEEMS TO WORK! :mad: :'(
     
  2. 19mustang95

    19mustang95 Legend

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    t-50... O0
     
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    THANKS DUDE I WILL TRY WILL LET YA NO IF IT WORKS
     
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    you need a torque bit to take off the calipers?!
     
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    I think he means torx bit.
     
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    In any case, you can pick one up at most auto parts store.
     
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    Right, but i still don't think you need one to take them off?
     
  8. 95-stang

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    To change the pads on my 95 you need a Torx bit , to remove the whole caliper AND mounting its just a spanner\wrench. [or socket] ;)
    On the later PBR 1999-2004 its just 2x 13mm headed bolt to change the pads.
    Make sure you get the right Torx, as they can be chewed up quite easily.
     
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    Oops... I'm so dumb sometimes... GT brakes are slightly differant. My bad O0
     
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    Yeah do not use a allen bit make sure you use torx They chew up easly...it doesn't matter if you use a safety torx or a torx either or



    If anyone is around the Gainesville area. Drop by i have my tools at home since i am out of a job and can help ya out.