I Have Troubles With Removing My Rotors


Deuss

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I'm a little confused; are you trying to remove the 36mm axle nut. If not I can't figure out what you would be using a breaker bar and a large socket for. Are you trying to take off the wheels or the caliper mounting bracket?

The rotors come off relatively easily: remove the wheel, brake caliper, caliper mounting bracket and the alignment stud on the face of the rotor and most rotors will come off with a few slight "love" taps with a mallet.

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heres the deal, get the rotor pin off that holds the rotor on the hub (Not the Axle Nut the small pin that lines up with your wheels) take off the caliper (obviously) if it doesn’t fall right off your going to have to find your buddie who doubles as an H addict and have him crawl under your car with a sledge hammer or similar blunt object and have him hammer that little rusted sucker off. it took a solid 20 30 throws from my H buddie before mine fell off (the fronts a least) the rears came right off.

the shocks work by the way, hope they last! don’t forget the anti squeal goop to!!

Ben

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you may need to loosen the adjuster for the parking brakes...but I'd get the Big Hammer out first.

I got new rotors, im trying to remove the old ones, i got the big hex socket and a braker bar im jumping on this damn thing and it wont move wtf am i doing wrong? anyone help.

Plz explain how to remove the rotors. bay 13 sucks.

question is, wft are you doing RIGHT!

put the tools down, and get yourself to a Haynes manual, STAT!

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oh that's gonna help you make lots of friends here. :monkey:

well i agree to some respects, its an awsome idea, but the actual pictures used could me much more clear, i usually fully understand whats going on in the pictures only after i have completed one of the jobs outlined on that page.

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well i agree to some respects, its an awsome idea, but the actual pictures used could me much more clear, i usually fully understand whats going on in the pictures only after i have completed one of the jobs outlined on that page.

until you put in 10% of the time and effort that went into Bay 13, any comments like these will have ZERO merit...STFU n00b's :angry:

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lol sorry for the confusion i did realize that you dont need to take off the axle nut. so i changed 3 of my wheels but then i came to my 4th its my driver front one i took off the caliper but cant take off the bracked the bolts wont even budge with me jumping on the wrench.. Am i pushing it the right direction.? im pushing down on it. (driver front rotor bracket bolts) ehh now its starting to strip im frustrated i got 3 new rotors on and one old one and its not coming off lol.. im about to get a torch and light it up.

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