HELP WITH BRAKES ON 94GT

KELS94GTVERT

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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: :'(
 

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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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95-stang said:
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.
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.
 

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