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When I did the job, my autozone had a couple to choose from - I actually returned the first one & got the more extensive set instead. This was a bit of a pain when I had the brakes dismantled.
The best I could do was an adapter that had the correct spacing, but the pins were just barely too big to fit into the holes. By being very careful holding the tool straight & square, they just caught the edges of the holes enough to push & twist.
David K jogged my memory... YES it was the built-in tool at the end of the push screw, without any of the other adapter plates. Still, it looked like the pins were maybe only 0.1mm oversize. Just barely...
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