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Lisle 25750 Dual Piston Brake Caliper Compressor

4.4 out of 5 stars 140 customer reviews
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  • Compresses dual brake pistons simultaneously for easy replacement
  • Tool compresses the dual brake pistons simultaneously
  • Makes dual piston pad replacement a simple job
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Technical Details

Brand Lisle
Item Weight 2 pounds
Product Dimensions 2.3 x 4.3 x 0.4 inches
Item model number 25750
Exterior Smooth
Manufacturer Part Number 25750

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ASIN B0002SQUTU
Customer Reviews
4.4 out of 5 stars 140 customer reviews

4.4 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #3,829 in Automotive (See top 100)
#2 in Automotive > Tools & Equipment > Brake Repair Tools > Brake Adjusting Tools
Shipping Weight 2.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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Date First Available July 7, 2004

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Product Description

Lisle dual piston brake caliper compressor compresses dual brake pistons simultaneously to make pad replacement a simple job. Squeeze the tool handle until the plunger contacts the inboard brake pad and continue to squeeze to compress both pistons.

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By Steven A. Rapp on May 19, 2010
I am a professional mechanic, and have owned both the single and double piston versions of this tool for a couple of years now. I've used them on several hundred brake services in this time, with no problems at all. After seeing it in action, all of the other guys in the shop bought one as well. I highly recommend this tool.
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This thing is pretty great.

The first thing I want to mention is the first thing that hit me when it arrived. It is much bigger and much much beefier than it looks in the picture. The one I got is light grey instead of black as well, but I don't care. One of the reasons I hesitated on this product is because it looked like a plastic or at least rinky dink gimmick. But I relied on the positive reviews and bought it anyway, because I was sick of using a C clamp that never seemed to seat easliy or perfectly square due to brake hose or caliper design, etc. The c clamp was even more of a pain on dual piston calipers, trying to get it perfectly centered and squared up so the pistons go straight back and do not get cock-eyed and stuck. Can I get by with the C clamp? Sure, but it was almost always more of a pain than I'd like, and I found myself seemingly doing more brake jobs lately.

Now, I've only used this once, on front dual piston calipers, and it worked awesome. It is super easy to use, and pushed them back without any trouble.

One tip I'll give is that you need to let the pistons depress back slowly. Each squeeze of the trigger does not just instantly jam the pistons back, but instead, it builds pressure against them, which moves the pistons back slowly. Essentially you build up the pressure, and as the pistons move back, the pressure is obviously going down, so what you do is give it an extra squeeze as the pistons move, and maintain the pressure against them, which forces them back. It worked great for this, and took maybe 30 seconds or less per side total time to depress the pistons, from grabbing the tool, putting it on the caliper, and fully depressing both pistons.
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By CS on February 8, 2016
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I was looking at a brake job on a Yukon, and figured I'd try this gadget out.

It worked.

It's also a fairly needless luxury.

Was it slightly handier than using a C-clamp? Yes.

Was the slight handierness worth the money I spent on it? Not really.

Will it look cool when other guys see me doing a brake job? Probably.

I don't regret buying it, but I wouldn't replace it if it broke...which it probably won't. It's pretty solid. If I did brakes every day, I might, and that's a big 'might', find this worth the money. A C-clamp can scratch calipers, and it can be a hassle on roundy surfaces. This solves those problems in an elegant, simple manner. The pro might care about such things.

The cons are, it costs more than a few C-clamps, it's very bulky in comparison, and it's an extra tool to keep track of. It's also kind of weird to use until you get it figured out, after which it's quick.

So if you like a lot of tools, you have extra money in your pocket, you want to impress other dudes, or you're a pro, this is just the thing.

Otherwise, I suggest you go with C-clamps.

I am giving it 5 stars, because it does exactly what it was intended to do, it is very well made, and I don't feel ripped off.
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One can use a C-Clamp or a screw-type piston compressor to push a piston back into a caliper - both take some time to set up, and time to use. As a flat-rate mechanic - any tool that saves me time allows me to finish jobs quicker and be able to do more work in one day.

This dual piston compressor works immediately - just pull the trigger. it works just like a caulk gun, but it is WAY stronger.

Yes - you can use it on a single piston caliper - you just have to position it so that the black part grabs the caliper's finger, and the pushing part is square on the piston. This is not the designed use for this tool - but I find that it still works great.

The Lisle single piston tool that looks somewhat similar to this one does not work as well as this dual piston one.
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By Jay on February 20, 2013
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I needed a tool to do the job and I was tired of compressing brake pistons with C-clamps. I'm going to have to go over my Subaru WRX brakes soon so I was in search for a solution. I looked around and found the Lisle 25750 Dual Piston Caliper Compressor. Solid tool, great price (Amazon), and great addition to my tool set.
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These are worth their weight in gold if you have to do brakes often. They are much much faster than the old wind back tools, and you don't need to search around for the pad you threw across the garage. Takes about 20 seconds to fully depress the average piston, and they can take a beating. I use them just about every day and put some serious pressure on them to recess some slightly seized pistons, have held up for about a year so far.
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This is the same quality of most piston caliper depressors that you would buy on a tool truck, the only difference is this one is much cheaper! I have not been able to use it yet, since I bought it in preparation for when I get to do a brake job. I am rating this a 5 because it is identical to the one sold on the Matco truck. The majority of the guys at my shop use the one off the Matco truck. I will update if I have any issues after using it on my own.
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