Originally Posted by tjfslaughter
I will wait to see other reply's tonight and during the day tomorrow. If I have to I will hook them back up and pressurize them with no pads so I can scrub the crap out of the cylinders with a light brush...
I can't speak for Land Rovers, but with every other caliper I've dealt with (on a '90 Nissan, a mid-90s Explorer, and an '82 Jeep), the pistons pushed in to be flush with the gasket or the surface surrounding it. At some point the C-clamp was not just pressing on the piston, but the surface around the piston. Can you put your caliber in a vice somehow? If you don't have one (and a good mounting point), now might be a good time to invest in one