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    #3781
    Quote Originally Posted by travajante View Post
    If the shop hasn't done our 3s, they likely couldn't figure how to fit them w/o the proper caliper tool, doc. I was briefed by the headtech on this. Let the dealership do them....bring your own brake lube. Permatex should be available locally.

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    Are casas amenable to us bringing our own parts and installing them? Where can i buy the permatex caliper lube?

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    #3782
    Quote Originally Posted by dr_pido View Post
    Are casas amenable to us bringing our own parts and installing them? Where can i buy the permatex caliper lube?

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    They should, doc. It's no different from their brake cleaning service where the remove the pads. The difference is they will need the caliper tool to fit the new thicker rear pads. Permatex is available here...
    Lazada
    Or by the bottle:
    Lazada

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    #3783
    Quote Originally Posted by dr_pido View Post
    Had a shop try install them. And they didnt fit.. mine didnt have a lube that came along with it..

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    Same thing with me, lubricant is not included. Good thing I have a Permatex that I ordered before, courtesy of course by *travajante.

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    #3784
    Quote Originally Posted by travajante View Post
    They should, doc. It's no different from their brake cleaning service where the remove the pads. The difference is they will need the caliper tool to fit the new thicker rear pads. Permatex is available here...
    Lazada
    Or by the bottle:
    Lazada

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    Sir negative on my home casa (ghills) doing the replacement. Stuck with the oem s#!t... Anyone interested in them?All New 2017 Mazda 3

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    #3785
    Quote Originally Posted by travajante View Post
    They should, doc. It's no different from their brake cleaning service where the remove the pads. The difference is they will need the caliper tool to fit the new thicker rear pads. Permatex is available here...
    Lazada
    Or by the bottle:
    Lazada

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    We found that some creative wedging with a box wrench can do wonders with pushing those pistons back ;)

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    #3786
    Quote Originally Posted by dr_pido View Post
    Sir negative on my home casa (ghills) doing the replacement. Stuck with the oem s#!t... Anyone interested in them?All New 2017 Mazda 3

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    And they had the gall to charge Php1500 for replacing each side. (Php6000 labor for the whole replacement)All New 2017 Mazda 3All New 2017 Mazda 3All New 2017 Mazda 3

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    #3787
    Quote Originally Posted by JohnM View Post
    We found that some creative wedging with a box wrench can do wonders with pushing those pistons back ;)

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    Hehe, the caliper tool is hobo.All New 2017 Mazda 3
    Lazada

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    #3788
    Quote Originally Posted by dr_pido View Post
    And they had the gall to charge Php1500 for replacing each side. (Php6000 labor for the whole replacement)All New 2017 Mazda 3All New 2017 Mazda 3All New 2017 Mazda 3

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    wow holdup!

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    #3789
    Quote Originally Posted by JohnM View Post
    We found that some creative wedging with a box wrench can do wonders with pushing those pistons back ;)

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    sakin sinira ko lang yun parang sealant dispenser na gun type All New 2017 Mazda 3


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    #3790
    Quote Originally Posted by dr_pido View Post
    And they had the gall to charge Php1500 for replacing each side. (Php6000 labor for the whole replacement)All New 2017 Mazda 3All New 2017 Mazda 3All New 2017 Mazda 3

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    It's got a screw type piston, doc. Turn clockwise to push it in. Easier w/ the tool or an experienced shop can do this trick w/o 1....
    Mazda 3 / 6 Rear Brake Pad Replacement - 2014 - 2016 - YouTube


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