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In your video, the caliper slide pin is pulled out a bit, which gives less room for you to use a socket/wrench on the outer caliper bolt. With your fingers, push the bolt and slide pin back in to give you more room.
Then use a wrench to hold the hex part of the slide pin.
Now, loosen/remove the outer caliper bolt with a socket/wrench. 6-point socket is better.
I took a still picture of your video and inserted notes (attached).
I am very pleased to announce that I finally got the old caliper off! It was unbelievably difficult to get some of the bolts off, but I went over to Autozone, borrowed a breaker bar and finally got it done.
It was a great relief to finally get that thing off.
Now there are just two screws on the rotor that are left to remove.
I've sprayed some PB penetrating fluid into them, but I can't get them off. I'm very terrified about stripping or damaging them. What is the best way to get these screws off?
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