Date Added: Wednesday 05 March, 2008
Regarding the adjuster-you would need a spare spindle to make drawing gear. I was lucky-my neighbour has a centre lathe. We turned the head off the old piston to reveal the space at the back of the adjuster. It's easy to drive it out then from the back. I guess that you could drill the centre of the piston head t-- a careful centre pilot hole and then an 11mm hole is just right-- drive it out with a 10/11mm drift. There is enough clearance at the back of the adjuster if you were careful with the drill.
It's hassle, but at least you have the comfort of knowing you have a new piston on the car rather than on the shelf
Best of luck
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