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    Delorean front brake pad retaining wire installation

    How do these wires go on? Cant figure it out.
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    Those are not OE springs. Maybe an aftermarket design to use with sourced calipers?

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    they are the ones the delorean go shows on the shim kit.

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    This video might help even though it's for a Toyota.

    https://youtu.be/qDpFUcT8_Os




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    picture is super small. Can't tell anything in that pic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by captainneo View Post
    picture is super small. Can't tell anything in that pic.
    Sorry canít seem to load from my phone. Jump on one the FB groups the pics has been posted a number of times.

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    I had the same issue... they do go in....

    http://www.deloreaneurotec.uk/viewtopic.php?f=21&t=6338

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    Quote Originally Posted by captainneo View Post
    picture is super small. Can't tell anything in that pic.
    Click on this sketch and it should get a bit larger:
    brake spring clip.JPG

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