Hey guys, in the middle of rebuilding my front calipers on my 02 and have a quick question. I currently have the calipers torn apart and decided to try putting a piston back in with the old seals just to see how to do it without destroying the seals. I looked in the service manual to see if they gave any pointers and all it says is to be sure to coat the seals and piston with new brake fluid. So after doing so I tried to put the piston in and it did not want to go straight in and eventually tore the old seal. I'm curious is there a trick to putting the piston in without destroying the seal? Are the old seals perhaps dried out so they're not as flexible and tear easily? Basically I'd really like to know if I'm doing something wrong before I put the new seals in and eventually destroy them. Any help would be greatly appreciated!