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If the rear caliper was "seized" as you have stated, the dealership should have replaced the caliper and the corresponding pads as well under warranty. While normally pads would not be covered, a "seized" caliper would cause the pads to wear prematurely and also potentially damage a rear rotor from excessive heat as well.
The "special tools" you refer to are called "metric" wrenches b.t.w.
PS...It the brakes were "worn pretty bad" why didn't you have them done while they were apart at the dealership?
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