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Item# 00949810000P | Model# 49810 | Added on October 2, 2015 |
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Use this disc brake pad spreader to push the caliper piston back on disc brakes that do not have the parking brake mechanism as part of the disc brake caliper. It compresses disc brake piston to ease pad installation on most domestic and most imported cars and light trucks.
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By Jonpin
February 27th, 2018
Worth the money

Worked better than expected I've always used a big c clamp this worked surprisingly well only gripe is it needs thread locker on the handle because it spins off when trying to remove the tool.

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sean brown
| Earned 30 community points in Craftsman

Pays for it self


Good n cheap wi.ll last for years will make your life easy always buy sears tools best bang for your buck

February 16th
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Rey Torres
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Very practical tool


Easy to use for a good price. Is a life warranty tool, in case it fails, just bring it back to Sears for another one. Great tool for changing pads from discs brake systems.

February 11th
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