|Item Weight||8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||4.7 x 3 x 0.5 inches|
|Item model number||648410|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||Lifetime Warranty|
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Powerbuilt 648410 Disc Brake Piston Tool
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- Tool solutions for most all situations
- Built to exceed tool standards
- For rear disc brakes on vehicles where an automatic adjusting parking brake mechanism is part of the disc brake caliper
- Tool provides 5 unique bit configurations to engage the caliper piston
- Rotates piston back into the cylinder bore to allow installation of new brake pads without disturbing parking brake adjustment
- Use with 3/8-Inch drive ratchet and extension
- The right tool makes the job easier
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its a well made tool that has 6 different notch patterns to fit evey piston type I've ever run into... very very handy time saver
Use with a 3/8" ratchet. It can be easier to fasten the rear caliper back onto the carrier without the rotor in place while using this tool. That way you get a little extra leverage.
Use as follows: engage the two prongs and turn the piston 180° clockwise. Remove the tool. Use a generic caliper tool or a c-clamp and push the piston in about 2mm. Keep alternating back and forth between the cube tool and the c-clamp until the piston is almost all the way in. If you are strong enough, you may not even need the c-clamp - just push with the cube tool as you turn. Instead of the cube, you can even use needle-nose pliers, but then you definitely need the c-clamp.
So there I was, with the car jacked up, unable to fit the caliper back onto the rotor. Some people claim they can do the job with nothing but a pair of needle-nose pliers, but I couldn't. I had to painstakingly alternate between turing the piston with a pair of heavy-duty pliers and pressing down with a C-clamp. This piston tool was supposed to prevent this kind of aggravation.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I used this to change my rear brakes on my 2001 Honda Accord. Worked like a cherry wiping the beatsauce cream master! Love this little tool!Published 2 days ago by Daniel Mayhart
This tool made life so easy for me to change the pads on my Toyota Glanza. What used to be a knuckle tearing job before, became so easy that i was left totally surprised. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Bryan Max
Handy tool. Still need to use a screw type compression tool you can get as a loanerPublished 10 months ago by Kirk R Satterlee
They state it has 6 patterns, but one side did't have anything on it...so its really just 5. They also said it would work on my 2007 Mazda 03 rear brakes...guess again.Published 11 months ago by drew van Zandt
Cheaply made; not one of the 5 configurations worked on my Ford/Lincoln brakes. They should have noted what car brands/models it would or would not fit. Read morePublished 12 months ago by P. H. D.