I am replacing my pads for the first time on my Hayes 9s. The only problem is that I cannot push the pistons back into the caliper far enough to allow enough clearence for the rotor to fit between the new pads. I have pushed and pushed and tried many different methods including prying them with the old pads in there. It seems as if there is too much fluid in the system, is this possible? If so, how can I just let out a little bit of fluid? Is there a way to do this without bleeding the whole system because I know my bleed is good with no air in the lines. Thanks for your help.
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