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the rotor will come right off after you remove the caliper
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I got calliper off and there is no way to remove disc?
you may need to tap the rotor a little with a hammer to loosen it up if it is sieged on
I have taken caliper off but what attatches the wheel is stopping me from removing brake discs?
please explain...does it have the little clips on the wheel studs..if so..just cut them off with a chisel..not the studs but the tin clips
The disc sits behind a plate which the wheel studs are attatched to, the disc will not pass this plate?
oh..ok..you are talking about the caliper bracket...you will need to remove the bracket that the caliper bolts to
Ok I have tried this, it would help alot if you gave me your phone number and I could send you a picture then speak to you over phone so I could explain. There will be no problem with me paying you.
sorry cant dont have camera cable. the plate that the wheel bolts onto sits against the disc holding the disc in place there are no screws or bolts only a cover which hides a splined rod and surclip i need the plate that holds the wheel off to remove the disc
i will opt out...maybe one of the other guys has better pictures and info to help yo better...someone will be with you
Hopefully i can help..
Removal procedure is as below once you have removed the caliper carrier.the whole hub assembly needs to come off to get at the bolts holding the disc to hub on the inner side..