Rehman Enterprises Introduces Universal Disc Brake Pad Spreader

Rehman Enterprises Introduces Universal Disc Brake Pad Spreader

The disc pad spreader from Rehman Enterprises is a universal disc pad spreader that works both on front and rear single piston disc calipers. By tightening the lock nut, the spreader rotates and retracts the rear disc pads back into its caliper. By releasing the lock nut, it pushes the front disc pads back into the caliper.

The disc pad spreader from Rehman Enterprises is a universal disc pad spreader that works both on front and rear single piston disc calipers. By tightening the lock nut, the spreader rotates and retracts the rear disc pads back into its caliper. By releasing the lock nut, it pushes the front disc pads back into the caliper.

This single tool saves time and space for brake technicians and is very handy. Technicians do not need additional attachments, or any other wrench, while using this simple tool. This heavy-duty spreader is built in SS304 steel and lasts a long time. It also has a convenient handle bar that enables operating the spreader smoothly. This tool is offered at a very low price of just $39.95.

Additional information is available at www.trasko-usa.com, calling (509) 965-3336 or by writing: Rehman Enterprises, 13200 Swalley Lane, Yakima, WA 98903.

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