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Changing front brakes on 2000 honda prelude

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  • fwmason44 Dec 18, 2008

    Unable to remove front rotors from hub, they appear to be rust welded.

    Tried hitting from inner side with 3lb hammer but no luck.



    fwmason

  • fwmason44 Dec 19, 2008

    Unable to remove front rotors from hub, they appear to be rust welded...

    Tried hitting from inner side of rotor with 3lb hammer but no luck and the four screws had already been removed with an impact driver...



    fwmason

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It is very simple four bolts and thats it

Posted on Sep 29, 2008

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When you replaced the caliper, were the posts on the mounting bracket able to slide in and out? They're the posts with the black rubber bellows and they have to be able to expand/compress.

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