I just unbolt the entire assembly, disconnect the line, close it off so it doesn't bleed brake fluid evreywhere, and put it in a vise.
Compresses it perfectly, and gives me time to flush all the fluid from inside the caliper. Refill with clean fluid, reattach, and rebleed. The entire process takes about 10 minutes for me now.
Before, compressing the pisons took half a freaking day.
My Jeep is a chick magnet with reverse polarity.
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2000 WJ, 4.5l, AX15, 242 D60/14b, 5.5" lift front, 7.5" rear. Ford Expedition rear coils, Ram 350 shocks, JKS, IRO Long Arms, cool Badlands flag thingy.
1987 XJ - Gone but not forgotten