8. Remove piston retaining caps OS shown in Figure 17. A
small screwdriver may be used to loosen piston retain-
ing cap if necessary.
9. Remove pistons on open side of brake head by pressing
pistons in toward center of brake head as shown in
Figure 18. A clean cloth may be used inside brake head
to catch piston as it is removed, protecting same from
being nicked or scratched.
Fig. 15. Open Bleeder Screws
6. Open bleeder screws on both sides of brake head as
shown in Figure 15.
Fig. 18. Press Out Pistons
10. Remove blind side pistons by prying in to center of
brake head with pair of screwdrivers as shown in Figure
19. Alternate method may be used by closing blind side
bleeder screw and removing crossover tube, and attach-
ing an external hydraulic source to crossover tube hole
pushing piston out with hydraulic pressure.
CAUTION: No fluid other than normal hydraulic brake
Fig. 16. Remove Bohr
of rubber parts will result if this precaution is not ob-
7. Remove bolts holding piston retaining caps in place as
shown in Figure 16.
Fig. 19. Remove Blind Side Pistons
Fig. 17. Remove Piston Retaining Caps