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Front brakes i have an'01supercrew 4x4 and am going to do the front brakes. how do the rotors come off? do i need to take the bearings and everything apart to get the rotor off or does the rotor simply unbolt? thanks!

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AFTER you remove the brake calipers the rotor should simply slide off w/ little or no persuasion, be careful not to damage the wheel bearings inside the rotor pull it straight off. revers to install. you mat wanna go ahead and replace the bearings, at less than ten dollars a piece. hope this helps.

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