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n/acaliper rebuild

theres a grove on the out side edge of the piston where shoud it be faceing Thanks there all been painted new seals and hose's
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See the following image from the workshop manual. 20 degrees to the edge of the pad or caliper lower guide.

http://www.connactivity.com/~kgross/FAQ/assets/46-3%20removing%20and%20installing%20brake%20pads.pdf

See also this article in the FAQ. Good luck!
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thanks for the reply

thank's Kevin this rebuild is on the 87 67.000 mile red automatic for the Wife & daughter I just picked up i'm also working on my 91 cab s2 and my 88 zematt silver both need exshust systems I keep relacing them with 30 year old parts i like my cars quiet mybe i can buy some parts from you some day thank's again
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SJV, good luck with the cars -- you do seem to have a commitment to the 944 series! I don't sell parts (except when they come attached to transmissions I build) but am always happy to support fellow owners, let me know if I can help. Cheers.
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