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Anyone powder coat?

Anyone got any hints at getting the rubber seal in the calipers? I’ve got the rebuilt kits and when I tried it many years ago getting the seal in was like wack-a-mole. Push in one section and another part pops out.

I was gonna try putting the seals in the freezer hoping that’ll shrink it slightly. Then use a fat punch to try to drive the seal in.
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