DIY: Tahoe Rear Brakes

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Jeff Groves

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I'd suggest the 242 series Loctite. You don't need to heat it to remove a bolt or nut.
But you need to be sure the threads are clean and let it sit over night for good results.
Also follow torque settings not just give it a good yank on the wrench.
 

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So I can confirm that some calipers are different, other than the single or dual piston. My caliper pins do not come out of the caliper, at all. The bracket slides directly over the pins and I don't know how the hell it stays in place. I confirmed this on my old caliper and the new one I just replaced yesterday. I can't change the pads without removing the caliper bracket completely
 

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nope...nothing I can do unfortunately :( Looks like they were caught up in the Photobucket catastrophe a year or two ago and OP most likely deleted them as a result so there's no recovering them.

unfortunately that is the case.
fortunately I did eventually manage to recover copies I think of most of them into my iCloud and will try to put them back in the thread, though as I’ve lost my original username and account and can’t recover it, I can’t edit them back in.
Maybe a mod can do so Once I find them.
sorry that photobucket decided to be scum and that left you folks in the lurch.
 

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