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Topic Review (Newest First)
September 18th, 2019 09:28 PM

Thanks guys! just bought PT w80627 2-pin caliper tool. Thought it might be worth a shot. it has 2 pins that are adjustable so hopefully won't have any issues I'll report back after the job's done!
September 13th, 2019 08:04 PM
RobV there are tons of disc brake tool kits way cheaper.
September 11th, 2019 06:35 PM
WilsACR Don't buy it. It works like crappy. Go to amazon and search for disc brake tools. I saw one from 8MILELAKE that will work much better. I own a super pricey snap on version but it works the same.
September 7th, 2019 08:03 PM
Chuck 98 RT10 Get a socket. Grind it down. Should work as good as the tool.
September 7th, 2019 07:53 PM
haneifk thanks guys! I have used needle nose before and it's not really a problem but i'd rather have the tool to make the job that much easier.

Chuck, maybe i'll try to make one... or find a cheaper one haha.
September 6th, 2019 07:57 PM
Chuck 98 RT10 I tried needle nose on both Vipers. Each time resulted in mangled hands and pinched fingers. I did notice however, after the pistons had been pushed back the first time they were easier to push back every time afterwards. But I got the tool anyway and it wasn't no $159 when I got it.
September 6th, 2019 09:49 AM
GTS Dean I don't think the piston on the ABS cars is any different than the prior models. The differences are all in the plumbing between the MC and the brake calipers. Most folks use needle-nosed pliers.
September 6th, 2019 12:39 AM
Chuck 98 RT10 $159?!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Damn, I have a lathe and a mill. If they're getting that price for that tool maybe I should start making the tool myself.

You could make your own with an old socket.
September 5th, 2019 10:34 AM
river rat I used a pair of needle nose, just be careful.
September 4th, 2019 04:36 PM
correct Miller tool for 1999 non-ABS Viper?

Hi guys,

I've been doing some research but have not been able to find a 100% confirmed part number anywhere. Some websites that sell Miller Tool 8807 say it's for the 2001 and older Vipers, but 2000-2002 Vipers were ABS right so wouldn't they use a different piston adapter than the older non-ABS ones?

In my service manual for 1998 Viper it says Miller tool 6366 but the only website i found that sells it says it's for 2006-2014 Vipers

anyone know which one is the right one for a 99 non-ABS?

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