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      I have done it both ways and either works. IF you do grease them, make sure to use something rubber safe, which it seems not all caliper greases are. I use Sil-Glyde and you don't need much. The ATE Plastilube would work also.

      Reman'd/rebuilt calipers always seem to be greased.

      Sil-Glyde:
       
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      I have done it both ways and either works. IF you do grease them, make sure to use something rubber safe, which it seems not all caliper greases are. I use Sil-Glyde and you don't need much. The ATE Plastilube would work also.

      Reman'd/rebuilt calipers always seem to be greased.

      Sil-Glyde:
      Can I use bmw brake grease?


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