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Your best bet is to use a brake caliper rewinding tool as they take a lot of force while turning to actually get the piston to retract. I found it impossible to do using my normal method of turning and thumb pressure and, like you, gave up after an hour :) The tool makes the job very easy.
 

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If you're still there. how do i get the rear piston to go back in? Have been winding it for the last hour! but it's still about 5mm short of the required gap!

Hi, forget that. Have just found out there's 2 different thickness pads and they've given me the wrong ones! will have to change them tomorrow. cheers j
 
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