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  1. Okay. I've stripped couple sets of brake calipers and pistons. On my Curren (and yes its technically a celica gen 6) I'm going to purchase all the bits for a complete strip and rebuild of front and rear brakes. But which grease to which parts? And reason for same. Reading up I see reference to red grease, copper grease, lithium white grease etc. And no definitive answer which is best and where So here's the question: Sllider bolts that the carriers run on. Which grease and why?. Threaded Bolts to tighten and secure. So they don't sease. Grease and reason. Metal clips/runners./ edges of pads. Which grease and why. Anywhere else that should be greased and reason/type. And obviously no grease to disks and no grease to face of brake pads.... I have red grease. High temp lithium grease and copper grease.