Yeah, the caliper guy is retired from the day-to-day business, but still does caliper rebuilding and painting, except he's a crew of one vs a half-dozen when his shop was operating. Therefore, he does the work on his own schedule. He does excellent work, including finding a couple of the piston bores on my Stoptech caliper that needed "cleaning-up", as I believed one of the front calipers was dragging.dang op iridium, patience of a saint
I could have just done the LSD install, and with my race shop turning it around in a couple days, it would have taken less than a week of downtime.
Fortunately I have our newest acquistion - a '21 Audi SQ5 Sportback, to serve as the stand-in until my Q is re-assembled.
BTW, slide hammer and wedge? I used a simple pry bar to pop-out the half-shafts.