Make brake jobs easy- Use the brake compressor on left or right-hand thread brake system wheel cylinder piston brake calipers (wind back calipers and some push back single-piston calipers) with the 1/4-inch air hose adapter to simplify brake jobs
Brake caliper piston tool- Use the ratcheting brake caliper compressor tool to compress pistons quickly and easily into the calipers; Disc brake pad spreader tool creates a larger space between the caliper cavity to make room for newer and thicker brake pads
Ratcheting action- Brake piston compression tool provides a 360-degree swing that allows you to keep the compression plates in place while you levers the handle back and forth to spread or retract the plates; Centrally located ratchet screw creates even force when compressing pistons to ensure proper alignment and to prevent damage to your brake components; Reverse tool movement to retract compression plates by flipping the switch on the handle.
Easily reset your brake calipers and pistons- Drain the fluids from calipers using approved brake pressure relief procedure then remove the caliper and worn brake pads from your rotor assembly; Retract brake caliper press plates to fit inside the caliper cavity; Begin ratcheting slowly and steadily until the pistons have retracted completely; Retract compression plates to remove the disc brake piston tool from the caliper cavity.
Built to last- Constructed of alloy, the ratcheting screw and pad plates are designed for maximum strength and durability