I have an early 2004 950 adventure. While installing a new set of wheels and tires today I decided to change the front brake pads while I was at it since there about half worn-out . The pad pins (bolts) are kept in place by a single retaining clip. Not two as shown in the shop manual and in the how section of orange crush. With the retaining clips removed both pins spin freely but will not come out of the caliper. I even tried using a punch and dead blow hammer tapping gently to see if I could get them to move out without any luck. I have owned several KTM's and other motorcycles and always do my own service work. This should be a super simple task but I'm at a bit of a loss about why the pins won't come out. Figure I'm missing some easy step..... I checked carefully to make sure that there wasn't a set of retaining clips missing, there is not as there's only one hole drilled in each pin. Also my pins are flush with the outside of the caliper and don't extend beyond the outside surface of the caliper as shown in the service manual. So I'm thinking I have some early or different version of pins installed on my bike. The end of the pin is round so there's no way to get a socket or other tool on it for unscrewing it. I spun it around several times and it did not want to come out or unscrew. O Any insight would be greatly appreciated! Thanks in advance for any information you can send my way.