2014 R60 Countryman JCW Rear Brake Caliper Bracket Removal ??

 Created by: Cybergrizzly
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 Posted: Aug 26, 2019 05:09AM
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I recently tried to replace the rear brake rotors of my 2014 Countryman R60 but ran it could not.  Upon removing the caliper I noticed that the caliper bracket holding "bolts" were actually male torks studs and not hex bolts.  Based on what I saw I would need a probably T50  torks female socket to remove these 2 bolts that hold the bracket.   Am I correct in this assumption or am I wrong.  This is the only thing that is preventing the brake rotor removal.

I will appreciate anyone's technical expert advise.
Yes, remove the torx bolts holding the caliper brackets and then the set screw for the rotor and the rotor should come right off.

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I recently tried to replace the rear brake rotors of my 2014 Countryman R60 but ran it could not.  Upon removing the caliper I noticed that the caliper bracket holding "bolts" were actually male torks studs and not hex bolts.  Based on what I saw I would need a probably T50  torks female socket to remove these 2 bolts that hold the bracket.   Am I correct in this assumption or am I wrong.  This is the only thing that is preventing the brake rotor removal.

I will appreciate anyone's technical expert advise.