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    What special tools needed for rear disc change mk5

    Hey folks. Quick question, what tools are needed for rear disc and pad change? Is there any female torxs (star) sockets needed? Dont want to get over to the farm and realise i am needing more tools.

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    You need torx sockets to remove the caliper carrier and then you need a tool for winding the brake pistons back in.
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    take a set of torx female/male and a piston wind back tool, trolley jack and you are sorted.

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    Ah, may have to nip and get some torx sockets. Made my own wind bac tool so im sorted for that

    cheers folks

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