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I’m referbing by brakes, new pistons and seals etc. I see conflicting diagrams which tell you where the silicone grease and the rubber grease is used.
I’m pretty comfortable with most of the rubber grease application points but where should you use the silicone grease?

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Dave
 

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Try YouTube. Be some good videos on there on exactly where to apply.

I'm assuming it's the sliders your talking about greasing? I always remove mine every change and remove any debris with brake cleaner and then apply grease to the slider and insert it back into the rubber.

I use this. Make usre you don't use anything copper based on the rubbers.

https://www.eurocarparts.com/p/pagid-ceratec-brake-lube-75ml-grease-526770250
 

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Try YouTube. Be some good videos on there on exactly where to apply.

I'm assuming it's the sliders your talking about greasing? I always remove mine every change and remove any debris with brake cleaner and then apply grease to the slider and insert it back into the rubber.

I use this. Make usre you don't use anything copper based on the rubbers.

https://www.eurocarparts.com/p/pagid-ceratec-brake-lube-75ml-grease-526770250
I agree with copper grease
it sppeds up corrosion between certain metals and some rubbers fall apart very quickly
theres lots that disagree but ive read and seen this with my own eyes
 
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