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Old 06-14-2018, 03:57 PM
marco5 marco5 is offline
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If you can sir, drive her until it can be parked. Then take the calipers in to a rebuilder. This way you will keep the OEM/original part and they will replace the seals, pistons etc. They really only need a day or afternoon to do so. This way you don't have spare brake parts laying around!

This is also a good time to replace the wheel bearings, flex hoses, rotors etc. Wheel bearings are easy as cake on the W123, they have to come out to replace the rotors anyway!
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