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I have a 97 gsr, doing pads and rotors all around and I'm running into an issue with compressing the rear caliper piston. I'm aware that to compress it you shouldn't use any clamps, just a tool to turn it clockwise into the caliper housing, the problem is that I spin it clockwise and it no longer compresses while still being out of the housing by about a quarter inch. It threads in up to that point but then continues to spin and no longer compresses. At this point I'm assuming it's somehow damaged and needing to be replaced, just wondering if there's anything I'm missing?