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Yep, it's 12mm (the two bolts that hold the calliper together). Note: you don't need a socket set, I just used a ring spanner and a shifter (to hold the inside nut so it didn't spin).Hey im about to change my Brake Pads and this guide is very useful, the second image isnt work though.
What size are they bolt pins? it looks like your using a 12mm bit.
I found this video helpful and with a bit of a mechanical mind, I reckon I can do my brakes and save a bit of coin, cheers mate, Sorbs.Hi All, This is a question asked a lot, so i thought i would help out on how to change front brake pads, as mine had to be done.
I take no responsibility for any work you perform yourself. If you are not confident, Take your car to a Mechanic.
The Process is very easy, And to save some $$ Should take no more then a hour to replace them, even if its your first time, As this was my first time lol.
Hope this Guide helps out a bit.
Image shack deleted all my photos, So I have linked a much more detailed how to video by Chrisfix. Process is still very similar, And also covers Rotors, Greasing slide pins and replacing hardware.