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Installing Classic Performance Products Disc Brakes and Tubular A-arms » MCP-WOR-1103-CPP-PIX-18

Installing the rear CPP disc brakes requires pulling the axles, so the differential needs to be drained. This is potentially a messy operation, but one trick is to leave the uppermost bolt loosely in place and to use a flat blade screwdriver to pop the seal along the lower edge. This will enable the fluid to drain without having to worry about the cover dropping off.

Installing the rear CPP disc brakes requires pulling the axles, so the differential needs to be drained. This is potentially a messy operation, but one trick is to leave the uppermost bolt loosely in place and to use a flat blade screwdriver to pop the seal along the lower edge. This will enable the fluid to drain without having to worry about the cover dropping off.


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