OEM Rear disc brake cube for use with 3/8 in. drive tool 25071 - Read 10 Reviews on OEM #25071

OEM Brake Tool

Part Number: 25071
Alternate Part Number: 722
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Est. Delivery: Jun 01-02
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: 0.05lbs
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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    LOVE the Cube of RAGE!!

    I Have owned my american made version of this glorious tool for over 20 years. It is perfect for most Japanese and small German cars. It can be used on some domestic vehicles but you must have strong wrists to turn it, like the other reviews tell you. Small, and Durable, it is the equivalent of many hours in anger management therapy !

    Pros: Small and Inexpensive

    Cons: Not for Certain Cars or those with Weak Hands

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    Don't listen to the crybabies

    3 of 3 people found this helpful

    This was the magic touch I needed on my 2006 Chevy Cobalt SS. I was worried about being able to apply enough pressure, etc...like the others whine about on here.

    Key is, you just have to go slow. Took a whopping 2 minutes to turn the piston all the way down.

    Yeah, you have to figure out how to hold the calipers if you don't want to disconnect the brake lines, but why is that the fault of this tool? I just held the brake in my left hand and turned the ratchet with the right hand. Amazingly complicated...I know. Maybe you can't have tiny hands or something and do this...I don't know.

    Pros: Does what it says it does

    Cons: Kinda hard for untalented people to use correctly

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    Perfect for '03 Hyundai Elantra

    3 of 3 people found this helpful

    I needed to be able to compress the rear calipers on my '03 Elantra and instead of renting the more sophisticated version of this tool I went with the cube. Not sure if it is as helpful on all vehicles but it was exactly what I needed.

    Pros: Did exactly what it was supposed to do

    Cons: Requires a little more elbow grease than other tools

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    The cube of rage

    1 of 3 people found this helpful

    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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