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hi i am shannon i will help on this issue
i will get you what i can find in my manuals
if they just pull off all you will have to do is remove the calipher
and its bracket
but you may want to repack the front wheel bearings
it is a job on a 4X4
"if they just pull off all you will have to do is remove the calipher"
and the bracket if it in the way
if you like i,ll get the procegar
I'm not sure of what you are saying there. If I remove the caliper and the bracket, the rotor will just pull off?
the easy to tell if they are pull off rotors is to look at the new ones
Shannon, is it OK with you if I go out and try that before I do the accept thing? I will have to remove the caliper bracket, but it should only take a little bit.
if there is no berring race just a big hole there pull offs
yes no problem i,ll look it up in the mean time
I don't have any new rotors to look at yet. I was going to tear it apart to see what I needed first.
ok i will switch us to Q&A mode and post what i find
you may need to hit the old rotors with a big hammer if there rusted on. i don,t know if you have got duel or signal piston. so i got both.
i looked up the parts too be sure they are pull off they are . i have in the past had to hit the rotor with a 5lb. hammer when they were rusted on .