Question about 1999 Chevrolet Silverado 1500
Driving down the road and lost brakes. Did stop, but extremely hesitant as though I may have lost a caliper. I then took off again, and heard a noise like a bearing, I thought I had a bad bearing in the hub, and thought the wheel was going to fall off. I babied it home and pulled the wheel off, to my surprise the actual portion pf the rotor had seperated from the hub assembly and I could spin the rotor by hand as though the weld bead broke seperating the portion the brakes ride on from the portion that goes through the studs holding the wheel on. Are they two pieces? Did they in deed break?
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