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Can not seem to losen nut on right front rotor 1994 mazda 323

Are the threds reversed?

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The threds are standerd, I had to use a cheeter bar in order to get the nut to turn and then there is a threded hole next to one of the studs, useing a 12 MM course threded bolt screwed down into said threded hole the rotor came off as easy as can be.

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