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hey guys,
I've recently tried to replace my Trooper Gen.1's rear brake pistons but stumbled over a problem during reassembly.
If you'd ripped everything apart you will see a long screwshaft in the middle of the caliper (which seems to be related to the E-Brake system).
The piston itself has a screwnut on its backside where it should be assembled with on the screwshaft.
As you can image the piston fits really tight in it's seat and can only be "rotated" on the screwshaft very unhandy...
The problem is that the screwshaft itself can also rotate around his axis and you don't have any opportunity to fix it from what I have seen.

So how is it possible to assemble the piston on the screwshaft? I hope that somebody has any ideas.
Thanks!
 
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