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997 Gt3 Brakes


FishManGary

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I need some help! I purchased new front pads for my 997 GT3 and do not understand how to remove the old pads. The pin which secures the pad expanding spring appears to be threaded and does not match the assembly depicted in the forum's pad change procedure. Anyone have experience with this issue?

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Here is a picture of a 996 GT3 brake pin. It looks standard with the

circle clip to hold it on. I would phone Sunset Imports and ask

the Porsche guy if the pin is standard. See part 15.

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Paul

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Here is a picture of a 996 GT3 brake pin. It looks standard with the

circle clip to hold it on. I would phone Sunset Imports and ask

the Porsche guy if the pin is standard. See part 15.

post-13642-0-02244100-1301781823_thumb.j

Paul

Thanks for trying. The drawing does not describe my 997 GT3 brake pin, which does not have a circle clip.

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