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    OEM/Rear disc brake cube for use with 3/8 in. drive tool

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    Part Number: 25071

    Alternate Part Number: 722
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    Price: $11.99
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    Features & Benefits

    OEM automotive specialty tools are designed to perform day after day in any environment. Our engineers design tools that maximize both performance and budget. OEM tools out-perform the competition time after time.

    • For use with 3/8 In. drive tool
    • Rotates and depresses caliper pistons back into caliper when changing brake pads
    • Unique cube design provides 5 drive pin configurations to fit most applications
    • Chrome plating for non-rust and easy clean up
    Product Details
    Part Number: 25071
    Weight: 0.05 lbs
    Caliper Piston Adapters Included: 5
    Caliper Piston Driving Tool Operation Method: External Drive Tool
    Caliper Piston Driving Tool Type: Piston Adapter Cube
    Drive Size: 3/8 in
    Instructions Included: No
    Package Contents: 1 Disc Brake Piston Tool
    Tool Material: Cast Metal
    Net Tool Weight (lbs): 0.15
    Shipping Information: Overnight and Two Day shipping are not available for PO Box, APO/FPO/DPO or US Territory addresses.
    This product may be shipped directly by the vendor to any eligible US addresses, excluding APO/FPO/DPO or US Territory addresses.
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      OEM/Rear disc brake cube for use with 3/8 in. drive tool

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      The cube of rage

      I am working on a 95 Honda Accord EX with 4 wheel disc brakes. I bought this for the intended use of retracting the rear caliper pistons. I don't know if the pistons are supposed to turn easier than the ones I'm working on, but with the caliper still hooked up to the hydraulics, forget about it. You simply have no way to apply the necessary force to push the the cube perfectly straight down onto the piston, while applying equal and opposite counterforce to the caliper itself, while applying the force required to actually turn the ratchet. I thought there may be a slim chance to get the thing to work if I could remove the caliper completely and secure it in a vice so I can press down as hard as I can with one hand directly down onto the cube while pulling the end of the ratchet handle to turn the piston with my other hand. A bolt holding the parking brake cable to the caliper is seized on so I haven't been able to try but I have a feeling that wasn't going to be easy because the damn cube slips out of place so easily. I'm going to have to try renting the proper tool for the job.

      Pros: Several different slot configuratrions

      Cons: None of them worked

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      Not worth it

      Purchased this to help in replacing the rear brake pads on my 1998 Mustang GT, The first problem is that absolutely none of the pins lined up with my caliper slots. After taking the tool to my workbench and putting it in a vise, I was able to modify the tool so that I had 2 pins that lined up. Then I tried to screw the caliper piston in, but it was impossible to apply enough pressure to get this done. I grabbed a clamp, and while holding the tool in place with one hand, operating the ratchet with my second hand, and screwing the clamp in with my third hand, I was finally able to get the piston compressed in about 15 minutes. I was then able to move onto the other side of the car and was able to get the other side compressed in a very quick 10 minutes. The last time I replaced pads on a caliper of this type, I had the OEM tool, which can be rented (why I didn't, I don't know. Guess I just like to frustrate myself) On that occasion I gad both caliper pistons compressed in less than 1 minute total. So unless you have three hands, like to be frustrated and don't mind wasting about a half hour on something that should be done in less than a minute, I cannot recomend this tool

      Pros: None

      Cons: Hard to use.

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      Don't waste your time

      1 of 1 people found this helpful

      I bought this to use on a 3 year old car with 40K miles on it. After struggling a half an hour with it, trying to keep downward pressure on it while turning it, the pin rounded off. I went back to the store and rented the OEM disc caliper tool (for free) and had both sides done it 10 minutes. Save your time, money, and knuckles and just rent or buy the real tool for the job.

      Pros: Cheap

      Cons: Cheap

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      Works on 2003 Passat rear brakes

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      The side with the two points where the points are farthest away is what goes on the piston of the 2003 Passat rear brake. It seems like it won't make it but if you tap lightly with a hammer you can get it on. The product and car forums recommend using a socket wrench to push and turn the cube. I tried that but it was very difficult. Instead I clamped the cube on the piston and tightened it not super tight but just enough that I could turn the cube for the rotation. I used a screwdriver inserted through the side of the cube as a lever to turn the cube. For every little bit I turned I had to tighten the clamp again. It wasn't too tight, just enough so the whole thing didn't fall apart as I was tightening. Good luck.
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