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2000 Front Disc Brakes ???

I am looking into replacing the front pads on my 2000 mustang. I pulled the wheels off yesterday to check pad life, and it looks like it is about that time. I have done front brake jobs before, so I have some experience, but I was wondering if there was a trick or anything special that I needed to know before diving into this one ehad first. Any suggestions or help will be greatly appreciated, especially in the area of removing the caliper from the rotor housing.

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